After the identification of the Nigerian power sector as one of the key areas for improvement in the 2015 presidential election, the new presidents and the new minister of power are paving the way for an improved power sector. Due to its established reputation and relations with government, associations and other key stakeholders in the Nigerian power market, Power Nigeria is the best opportunity to meet international manufacturers and regional suppliers of power related products and services.
With a significant and recent upsurge in interest in solar power projects in Nigeria, in 2016 we aim to achieve a rise in international solar exhibitors. The exhibition serves as a comprehensive showcase for these core segments of the power and energy industry: Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution; Lighting; Solar; Renewable Energy.
Nigeria has one of the lowest net electricity generations per capita rates in the world with an estimated 93 million people deprived of access to electricity. Electricity generation falls short of demand, resulting in load shedding, blackouts, and a reliance on private generators. The demand for power is ever increasing and with a new government looking to improve these standards, now is the time to invest in this market.
Ⅱ. Why Exhibit:
◆ Demonstrate products and services to a high quality audience
◆ Support local partners and network with key buyers
◆ Launch new products and services to the West African market
◆ Setup distribution channels in Nigeria and the wider region
◆ Increase sales/market share