Power sector technology day hosted in Nigeria

February 26th, 2015, Published in Articles: Energize

 

Eaton hosted its inaugural West Africa Technology Day in Lagos, Nigeria recently to showcase the company’s solutions spanning five industry segments: oil and gas, data centre and IT, mining, electrical utilities, and solar and wind. Charles Iyo, the company’s sales manager for the company’s electrical sector in Nigeria, says that the country is emerging as an economic power-house which is dependent on developing innovative technologies to solve the country’s toughest power management challenges. The company plans to establish itself as one of the premier power management companies in the region providing customised, innovative solutions that enable west African customers to use electrical power more reliably, efficiently, safely and sustainably. The Technology Day event combined an exhibition floor showcasing Eaton’s power management solutions and products, alongside eight technical seminars run by Eaton’s leading experts from Africa and around the globe. Over 100 customers and partners from the region attended.

Contact Marlene Coetzee, Eaton, Tel 011 824-7400, marlenecoetzee@eaton.com

 

 

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