Advancing Clean Energy Sustainability
Nef 2020
1 - 2 April 2020
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Lagos, Nigeria
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About Nigeria Energy Forum

Across Africa, the key energy challenge is how to electrify millions of households, communities and businesses as quickly as possible. The 5th Nigeria Energy Forum 2020 (NEF2020) will focus on safer, cleaner and sustainable energy services for all through a capacity building, training and development programme for policy makers, business leaders, energy innovators, professional engineers, industry experts and academics in Nigeria and other African countries.

NEF 2020 Aims to:

Address Energy Access Challenges

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Build Technical Capacity.

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Promote energy Innovation & Investments.

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The NEF2020 has a focus on:


Accelerating Clean Growth & Efficiency;


Facilitating Private Investments for Clean Energy


Increasing Distributed Generation Connections;

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Program

This forum run through all 2 days from 1 - 2 April 2020.
This Year Promises to be impactul like never before
Day 1
09 Apr 2019
Day 2
01 Apr 2020
Day 3
02 Apr 2020

Technical Presentations 1 (6 minutes each with PowerPoint)

Anthony Carr
Engr. Wudil
Mr Bolade Soremekun
Mr Chukwudi Tochukwu Umezulora
Hannah Kabir
Ifeanyi Odoh
Ed Ubong

Registration

Registration of attendee: All attendees, speakers, and delegates will be duly registered and accredited by our Registration Verification team and direct each and every one of the registrants to their respective space.

Welcome Remarks

Welcome Remarks by NIEEE-NEF Chair & Co-Chair to formally welcome all Invited Guests, Keynote Speakes, Pannel Discussants, Stakeholders, Forum Delegates, and other Participants.
Engr. Sunday Makinde,
Dr. Daniel Adeuyi

Invited Keynote Presentations (12 minutes each)

Energy: Why it is important and the way forward – Dr. Wiebe Boer, CEO, All On, Nigeria. Regulations, Competition, Tariffs: Rebuilding Trust in the Electricity Industry – Prof. J. Momoh, CEO, NERC. Advancing the EU-Nigeria Sustainable Energy Cooperation – H.E. Ambassador Ketil Karlsen, Head of EU Delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS Re-engineering Nigeria’s Energy Infrastructure – Engr. Funsho Adebayo, NIEEE, National Chairman. 
Pro J Momoh
Prof. James A. Momoh
Engr. Funsho Adebayo
H.E. Ambassador Ketil Karlsen
Dr Boer
Dr. Wiebe Boer

Registration

Registration of Attendee Continues All attendees, speakers, and delegates will be duly registered and accredited by our Registration Verification team and direct each and every one of the registrants to their respective space.

Innovation/Keynote Presentations (10 minutes each)

Use of Real-Time Simulation in Caithness-Moray HVDC Project – Oluwole. D. Adeuyi, The National HVDC Centre, UK.   Mobilizing Renewable Energy Investments – Ilham Talab, GET. Invest, European-multi-donor programme. Clean Energy Networks: Keeping the Lights On – Ifeanyi Orajaka, Director, GVE, Nigeria.  

NEF 2020 Venue

Admiralty Conference Centre,
Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos. Nigeria
+44 7774582543[email protected]

NEF 2020 Registration Tickets

Early Bird Registration (ends on 31st Dec. 2019)
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NGN 30,000.00

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NGN 15,000.00

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NGN 185,000.00

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International Speaker
NGN 300,000.00

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Stakeholders express worry over slow progress in energy sector

SOME stakeholders in the power sector have expressed concern over the slow progress in the energy sector. They urged the Federal Government to adopt renewable energy to accelerate development in the sector. Mr Adekunle Makinde, a former Chairman of Nigerian Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (NIEEE), said this was the consensus of stakeholders at the just concluded 2018 Nigeria Energy Forum in Lagos.

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