NAEE 2015 Explores: Challenges Facing Nigeria energy Sector

London, 14, August 2015 - Nigeria is one of the world’s emerging markets with a population of 160 Million and less than 10,000MW on the national grid. NAEE 2015 provides a platform for discussions on the key technical and strategic challenges facing investors in the country.  President Buhari has pledged that his administration will give the fullest possible attention to boosting power supply in Nigeria He said he is  convinced that steady electricity will launch Nigeria into faster economic growth. But in order to realise the huge...

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20 Mar

You are invited to be part of the 5th Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo 2015

You to be part of the 5th Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo (NAEE 2015) in Abuja from 14-16 October 2015 themed Consolidating Energy Transformation Gains. NAEE is Nigeria’s largest renewable energy & environment in West Africa....

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13 Mar

Postponement of the South Africa Green Fair and Expo 2015,

For Immediate release, 13.03.2015, London Due to some uncontrollable circumstances and variables, Mathesis would like to announce the postponement of the South Africa Green Fair and Expo 2015, initially scheduled from  20-21 March 2015  2015...

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17 Feb

SEQUENTIAL ADJUSTMENT OF ZONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY WORKSHOP SERIES

The Local and International Organising Committees note with profound gratitude the interests and enthusiasm shown by all stakeholders in the mounting of the above workshop series scheduled to kick-off on March 12, 2015 at Asaba,...

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26 Jan

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY SKILLS EMPOWERMENT FOR WOMEN AND YOUTHS HOLDS IN DELTA STATE

Plans have been concluded to hold skill training workshop series to empower women and youth leaders on how to identify and harness alternative renewable energy resources for individual and community utility. The workshop begins in...

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19 May

Nigeria Energy Awards 2014 Call for Nomination

The Nigeria Energy Awards (NEA) is an effort to advance careers and leadership in the field of clean energy. The award honour and recognise, government departments, individuals, organisations and companies of all sizes who have...

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10 Apr

Call for participation for Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo 2014

We gladly invite you to the 4th annual Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo (NAEE 2014) in October 2014. Themed “evolution to 100% renewable energy”. The ConfEx will take place in Abuja, Nigeria from 22- 24 October 2014. The...

World Led by U.S. Poised for Fastest Growth Since 2010

Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.   The world economy is primed for its fastest expansion in four years, with the U.S. propelling the improvement in output. Global growth will accelerate at least 3.4 percent in 2014 from less than 3 percent this year as the euro area recovers from recession and China and other emerging markets stabilize, according to economists at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Deutsche Bank AG and Morgan Stanley. The U.K. will be a standout, whileJapan risks damping the mood by suffering...

Business Opportunities Abound in Nigeria’s Power Sector – Nebo

Nigeria's Minister of Power, Chinedu Nebo has assured a visiting trade and investment delegation from South Africa that Nigeria's fledgling power sector still offers a lot of business opportunities to South-Africa. According to him, the welcome development in strategic partnership with Nigeria is in the spirit of African brotherhood and solidarity. Nebo recalled the days preceding the emergence of majority rule in South-Africa, noting that Nigeria was there to ensure political freedom for South-Africans. "We are desirous of doing business with South-Africa - the telecommunication...

Federal Government of Nigeria awards UNIDO for its contribution to sustainable industrialization

ABUJA, 20 November 2013 - The United Nations Industrial Development Organization has been awarded for its efforts in supporting the Nigerian Government to reduce poverty through productive activities and contributing to sustainable industrialization. The award was presented to the organization through the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, as part of the activities to mark Africa Industrialization Day. This year, the theme is "Job creation and entrepreneurship development: a means to accelerate industrial development". UNIDO's recent activities in the country included support for the "Job...