Nigerian-South African relations: “We are brothers”

Exclusive interview with Jerry Ehanmo, Commercial Director – North West Africa Region for Conlog, who will be part of the South African pavilion at the upcoming Future Energy Nigeria.

Initiate! energy start-up and innovation programme goes global

“We’re so proud of how Initiate! has evolved and become a global movement that breeds talent and empowers next-gen energy entrepreneurs."
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Future Energy Nigeria: Lagos braces for energy invasion next week

Lagos braces for an energy invasion as Future Energy Nigeria comes to town on 12-13 November 2019 where business opportunities will unfold.

Skipper “proud to partner with Future Energy Nigeria”

Over the last 10 years, Skipper has been expanding rapidly across Nigeria, with clients and projects spread across most of the Nigerian States.

Conlog is now open for business in Nigeria

Conlog is now open for business in Nigeria—having opened its first office in Ikeja, Lagos State—to actively support metering solutions in the country.
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Global Power & Energy Elites showcases innovation and leadership

Who are the leaders and projects shaping the future of the global power and energy space? Find out in the 2020 edition of the Global Power & Energy Elites.

Siemens returns as diamond sponsor at EUW and POWERGEN Europe

Siemens returns as diamond sponsor at European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe in France taking place on 12-14 November 2019.

New venture to install 250m AMI meters in India

A new partnership has been created to install more than 250 million smart electric meters and increase utility revenue by $15.4 million across India.

MAP to deliver 100,000 meters to Ekiti, Nigeria

BEDC Electricity has announced the rollout of over 100,000 customer meters over the next two years in Ekiti State, Nigeria. BEDC will be aiming for a monthly average of 4,000 units.

Preparing municipalities for customers of the future

Are you likely to see cyborgs doing jobs at municipalities? Not likely, but you are going to see a shift in the importance of data and digital skills.

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