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Sponsorship confirmed for Lagos power summit

30 September 2015, 12:03Okoro Chinedu

Lagos – Preparations for the West African Power Industry Convention (WAPIC) have received a major boost after a technology giant confirmed it would return as the exclusive diamond sponsor.

The event, which Huawei Technologies Limited will sponsor, is scheduled for Lagos from November 24-25.

“Our slogan this year at WAPIC is 'Better connected smart grid, greater energy efficiency,” says Shi Wei Liang, Vice President West African Region, Huawei Technologies Limited in Nigeria.

“This year Huawei will showcase how we help power utilities to reduce line losses, improve efficiency and achieve green, efficient smart grids.”

Also Read: How Buhari improved the power in Nigeria overnight?

Liang said in Nigeria, for example, Huawei and partners has a team of more than 100 experts and a service team with over 4 000 people, we are able to enhance the energy efficiency in West Africa.

“One of these projects in Nigeria that Huawei is implementing will benefit 280 000 electricity consumers and power utilities themselves," Liang.

“In fact, Huawei is focusing on all power sector projects in West Africa and has subsidiaries located in every country in the region.”

The 12th edition of WAPIC will once again see the gathering of government, utilities, consultants and investors to discuss the power sector's challenges and successes, including local markets, capacity building and investment.

The West African Power Industry Convention is organised by Spintelligent, leading Cape Town-based trade exhibition and conference organiser, and the African office of Clarion Events Ltd, based in the UK.  – CAJ News



- CAJ News

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