The Nigeria Energy Forum 2018

The Nigeria Energy Forum 2018 (NEF2018) is a capacity building, training and development programme for policy makers, business leaders, energy users, professional engineers, industry experts.....

NEF2018 FOCUS POINT

Transforming Mini-grid & Off-grid Energy Access

Improving Efficiency in Energy Grids

Financing Clean Energy for Green Growth

NEF 2018 aims to:

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Address Energy Challenges.

Build Technical Capacity.

Promote Energy Innovation.

NEF 2018 SPEAKERS AND PANELISTS

These Distinguished Keynote Speakers and other Featured Panelist Would be Available to Drive Innovation for Sustainable Energy Development in Nigeria and across Africa

Prof. Yemi Osinbajo

Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria. (Invited TBC.)

Prof Adeola Adenikinju

Director, CPEEL, University of Ibadan

Dr. Fuad Siala

Senior Advisor, Strategic Planning & Economic Services Department, OFID (Representing Director General)

Engr. Funsho Adebayo

NIEEE CHAIRMAN

Houssam Azem

CEO, Lumos Nigeria

NEF 2017 IMPACT REPORT

The first edition of the Nigeria Energy Forum was held on the 12th and 13th of April, 2016 at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria, with theme ‘Sustainable Energy Forum All Nigerians – Grand Challenges; Big Opportunities’. The forum had representation of the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria – His. Excellency, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo;
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Local Delegates

35,000

  • From Around the Country
  • Standard Two-Day tickets

International Delegates

200,000

  • Standard Two-Day Tickets
  • From Countries around the globe

Local Students

15,000

  • From Various Higher Institutions
  • Standard Two-Day Tickets

International Students

45,000

  • Standard Two-Day Tickets
  • From Countries around the globe

Single Day Ticket

20,000

  • For Local Delegates Only
  • For Special Session Training

Conference Exhibitors

400,000

  • 3m by 3m booth
  • With 2 complimentary passes