#NAEE2018: THE 8TH NIGERIA ALTERNATIVE ENERGY EXPO OPENS IN ONE WEEK

#NAEE2018: THE 8TH NIGERIA ALTERNATIVE ENERGY EXPO OPENS IN ONE WEEK

Arrangements have now been concluded for the hosting of the 8th edition of Nigeria’s largest single renewable energy conference at Shehu Yar’Adua Conference Centre, Abuja. Speaking at the end of a training and empowerment workshop, in Delta State, the Chairman of the Local and International Organising Committee, Dr. Emmanuel Onyejeose said that this year’s edition will be the largest and most comprehensive exhibition and conference scenario beginning with the prestigious Nigeria Energy Awards for Excellency.

A large team of Federal and State Government delegates will be led by the Hon, Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, SAN, with team members of energy Non-Ministerial Departmental Agencies. This year’s theme is tagged “Liberating Economic Drive with Clean Energy” with a logical select team of Keynote Speakers dedicated to enhancing research and development in on-and-off grid connections to sustainable green energy principles. The Sterling Bank PLC is debuting at this edition in providing facilities to a developer.

Among national delegates are Partnership Initiatives for Niger Delta, Chief Anita Okuribudo, President, CREN, Blue Camel Green Development Housing Complex as well as Astevens Group and Nigeria-German Developers. Foreign exhibitors and speakers include delegates from Germany and OA Demag. Ebonyi, Ondo and other states of Nigeria have confirmed their participation.

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