The national and international organizing committee of the Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo, NAEE in collaboration with the Sustainable Energy Practitioners Association of Nigeria, SEPAN has called for this year’s nominations for the Nigeria Energy Energy Award for Excellence in emerging Clean Energy Economy.
The partnership packages for sponsors of the event are customised to the client’s exact specifications in the realization of services usually articulated during the 12 years of International exhibition and conferences. This is Africa’s largest energy market.
Other sponsors of this year’s events include African Sustainable Energy Associations, AFSEA along Nigeria’s energy Regulatory agencies. Speaking at a news briefing to be articulated at forthcoming Webinar scheduled for Tuesday, the AFSEA director, Sir Chris Edeh said “know that every business is different and we will work with customers and sponsors to tailored technology exposures and develop a package that meets goals and objectives.”
Sponsorship packages are tailor-made to assist in technology and assisted acceleration and capability-building processes and procedures, he added. Participants at the events kick-starting on October 19th in Abuja will benefit in enhancing their relationships with international stakeholders, investors, clients as they interact on one-on-one discussions on the latest offerings globally.
The organisers believe clients will be elevating their profile amongst peers and enhance contact base through facilitated business matchmaking meetings.
It is hoped entrepreneurs will generate new business opportunities from stakeholders who have an interest in working with the state and significant budgets to utilise.
The NAEE experience has been creating and enhancing RE awareness to energy organised by Sustainable Energy Practitioner Association Nigeria (SEPAN) in collaboration with the Africa Sustainable Energy Association (AFSEA) the Ministry of Power, the Ministry of Environment, Energy Commission, the National Agency on Science and Engineering and Infrastructure (NASENI) and Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) among other local and multinational organizations. It is also supported by the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), Africa Renewable Energy Alliance, ADB, the World Bank, and the Clean Energy Business Council. This year’s event will attract more than 4,000 renewable energy power professionals and exhibiting companies from Nigeria, Africa and other parts of the world.
Trina, Suntech, Yingli, Worldbank, Lighting Africa, D.light Asteven, Bluecamel, Onewatt, Greenage, DASOL, Sungrow, Ogun state, Ondo State, Kaduna State, Kwara State, Solar Edge, Gridcar, Bank of industry, Sterling Bank, Ministries of Power and Environment and more.
Nigeria Energy Awards promote and recognize achievements in clean energy, alternative energy, innovation, sustainability and energy efficiency across the industry. The Local Organizing Committee hosts the award ceremony in celebration and recognition of the achievements of individuals, organizations, academia, the corporate sector and the government.