Power, Steel & Housing Exhibition and Conference

The 3rd Power, Steel & Housing Exhibition and Conference this year will hold at the Abuja International Conference Centre, Nigeria, from 26-28 august, 2014.

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The 3rd Power, Steel & Housing Exhibition and Conference this year will hold at the Abuja International Conference Centre, Nigeria, from 26-28 august, 2014.

This event with the theme “The new face of Power Infrastructure, Steel and Housing in Nigeria” is aimed at creating an enabling environment for major stakeholders to synergize on Challenges, Opportunities, Development and Technology in the Power, Steel and Housing sectors of the economy.

The trade show is coming at a time the Nigerian economy has grown to be the biggest economy in Africa and the 26th in ranking in the World economic index, with a Gross Domestic Product growth at 75.58 percent (now USD 510 Billion) and still growing at an impressive rate of 7.7% annually. In addition, the Federal Government in Nigeria has now created a more conducive business environment by putting in place policies in industry and investment aimed at the effective implementation of the Nigeria Industrial Revolution Plan (NIRP) and the National Enterprise Development Programme (NEDEP) initiatives.

These policies will definitely benefit the Power, Steel and Housing Sectors. The Nigerian Housing Sector, for instance will grow tremendously now with the coming of the Federal Government new housing policy powered by the private sector, Central Bank of Nigeria, Mortgage Banking Association of Nigeria (MBAN) and the World Bank, using the Nigeria Mortgage Refining Company as a window. This initiative is expected to create massive business opportunities in the Housing Sector with the aim of providing 75,000 homes per annum and generate close to 500,000 jobs.

The Power, Steel & Housing Exhibition and Conference, running side by side this year with the Upstream and Downstream oil and gas event is expected to be declared open by President Goodluck Jonathan and will gather Industry Leaders, Thinkers, Investors and Governments in Nigeria and West Africa to collaborate on issues and technologies in relation to policies and development as well as presenting an opportunity for our great country to showcase its strength and opportunities in achieving growth.

This trade event, with an expected audience of over 1,500 International Exhibitors, Delegates, Speakers, businessmen &Visitors, the Power, Steel & Housing Expo is the platform to showcase products, services and potentials as well as conclude contracts and network with other major stakeholders and consumers.

These sessions will be the fora to brainstorm on the investment opportunities inherent in the Power, Steel and real estate reform policies, and also for the presentation of latest technologies and innovations to prospects.

Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to the following;


Renewable energy technologies

Renewable Energy Research and Applications for Industries

Bio-energy Systems, Process and Utilization

Hydropower technologies and applications

Bio-energy technologies, process and utilization

Power system management technologies

Power system economics, energy markets and regulation

Problems of the Power Industry

Energy Generation and Efficiency.


Status quo of Nigeria’s steel industry and its demand for iron ore

The recent trend of global steel market

Nigeria steel industry overview

The Challenge of Domestic Iron and Steel Production in Nigeria.

What are the threats and opportunities for Nigeria steel makers?

Overview of the world steel markets, short and long term expectations

Future of steel raw materials - iron ore, coke, coal

Steel consumption construction market, new trends and demand

Issues, Challenges, Remedies and Prospects for the Steel Making Sector
(Steel Re-Rolling Mills, Melters and Foundries)

Cost effective technological advancements in Steel Industry of Nigeria


Housing crisis for middle income groups

Housing the poor and vulnerable groups

Housing affordability

Preventing and ending homelessness

Ensuring diverse housing options

Housing, policy and society

Architecture and Urban Planning

Art Design and Landscape Architecture

Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

Environment and Urban Development

Housing and Community Renewal

Housing Market Renewal Initiative

Housing Policies and Options, Housing Affordability

Physical and Master Planning for Sustainable Development

Sustainable Housing and Urban Development

Housing and long-run economic growth.

From: September 23, 2014 08:00
To: September 25, 2014 17:25

Abuja International Conference Centre, 900 Herbert Macaulay Way, 900001, Abuja, Nigeria


Energy and Power, House & Home


Housing affordability, Nigeria steel industry overview, Renewable energy technologies

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