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Power sector under spotlight in Lagos

19 March 2014, 14:12

Lagos - Stakeholder will tomorrow gather in Lagos for the Power Investors Summit.

The event, hosted by EnergyNet, is scheduled to run until Friday.

Organizers were confident of a successful event.

"It is an exceptional time in Nigeria for business leaders, but equally for the business leaders of tomorrow.  It is with this in mind that EnergyNet has launched the 'Student Engagement Initiative' which will facilitate some of the brightest Nigerian students to travel across Africa and the world to understand more about the relevance of Africa's power sector on the global economy," said Simon Gosling, the Managing Director of EnergyNet.

The summit is held in association with the Federal Ministry of Power and government bodies.

It will address outcomes from the previous gathering of investors in October, which challenged the provision of gas and the infrastructure to deliver it.

Several companies in the sector, such as Geometric Power, Transcorp Ughelli, North South Power - Shiroro, and Copperbelt's Abuja Disco, are lined up to discuss post-privatisation strategies and bottlenecks.

Minister for Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo, is scheduled to host a pre-conference webinar. 

- CAJ News

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