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Under the high patronage of H.E Minister of the Federal Ministry of Power of Nigeria and with the support of the Economic Community of West African States, Konect Group were proud to present the second edition of the West African Power and Energy Cooperation Conference (WAPECC 21) which took place virtually from 3rd – 4th June 2021.
Virtual WAPECC Abuja provided an intimate platform to network and socialise, and brought together the region’s top decision makers, international investors, leading technology providers, power developers, donor bodies, development partners, management consultancy firms, and other professionals from around the globe and from across West Africa.
Dozens of exhibiting companies will meet across an extended WAPECC 2021 Virtual Exhibition to showcase products and services and access unparalleled online business networking to discuss and develop new opportunities.
With the majority of attendees either a decision maker, purchaser or influencer, the virtual exhibition will deliver real business opportunities for the global power sector.
WAPECC 2021 Virtual Exhibition provides an opportunity to exhibiting companies to engage and do business with key Power sector companies in a cost-effective way.
Connect with what will be the largest online Power and energy community this year and make up for all those missed opportunities. Convene where West Africa’s leaders and international leaders gather, businesses converge, and decisions are made in a world of accelerating change for our industry.
High Profile Round Tables
Honourable Minister Goddy Jedy Agba
Federal Ministry of Power of Nigeria
Mr Sediko Douka
ECOWAS Energy Commissioner
Prof Honoré Bogler
Chairman of ERERA
Mr Apollinaire Siengui Ki
Secretary General of WAPP
Mr Bah F.M. Saho
Executive Director of ECREEE
Nicely organised, with interesting subjects and good speakers. Good quality of debates, good mixture of participants and a well represented mix of middle managers and technical people
Meetings of this kind are of the upmost importance since ﬁnancial and technology partners, the public and the private sector and regulators ... eﬀectively the whole sector come together to be able to ﬁnd the best solutions for electrical integration in West Africa. We commend WAPECC’s organisers and wish them success.