From 13-15 November, there is only one place where your services and products along the energy value-chain, should be exhibited, at the ECOWAS Sustainable Energy Forum 2018 (ESEF2018). For the time, ESEF will organize the Sustainable Energy Marketplace Exhibition. This exhibition platform is for companies and organizations looking to enter or expand its presence on the West African energy market. Book your exhibition booth today, to showcase your products, services and expertise to an audience of more than 200 people from 30 countries. Networking and promoting your products and services to stakeholders within a market of more than 300 million consumers, is not an opportunity to miss. ESEF 2018 brings together VIPs such from government ministers and regional lawmakers, investors, consumer representatives, bankers, etc. Join us at ESEF2018 by booking your booth, today, by contacting and, over 200 people are looking to see your solution whether its grid-connected, off-grid, PAYG, cooking energy, water, bioenergy, energy efficiency, financing, health, etc. Or, download the exhibition brochure.

Here are good reasons for you to exhibit:

  • Showcase your projects, products & services to over 200 delegates;
  • Generate leads in high-potential regional maker of 300+ million people;
  • Meet key decision-makers from government and financial sector;
  • Increase your network in ˜West Africa and beyond in unique way;
  • Raise your company’s profile in various media;
  • Promote your brand to a diverse but like-minded pool of high-level
    stakeholders form West Africa and beyond;
  • Stay ahead of competition in an up-and-coming market;
  • Personalized business meetings with key decision-makers;
  • Make deals;
  • Become an active player in the energy sector in West Africa;

Who should exhibit:

  • Power Project Developers
  • Energy Equipment manufacturers
  • Industry Specialists
  • Engineering firms
  • PAYG SolutionsSolar
  • Water-pumps
  • Clean Cookstoves,
  • Mini, micro-grid and nano grid
  • High-Voltage grid
  • Energy Transport and Distribution (T&D)
  • EPC Contractors
  • Financial institutions (DFI, commercial banks, investment banks, microfinance, equity-investors, etc)
  • Insurance companies
  • Governments programs and projects
  • Development organizations
  • NGOs

Themes to be discussed during ESEF 2018:

  • Grid-connected renewables (solar, wind, hydro & bioenergy components)
  • De-risking, financing/investment/guarantees;
  • Energy Efficiency (in industry, buildings, electricity distribution, smart meters, transportation, cooking, etc.)
  • Clean energy mini-grid projects development and financing;
  • Standalone systems and PAYGO;
  • Gender mainstreaming in energy;
  • Civil society;