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Chantelle K.O. Abdul

Chantelle is Group Managing Director, MOJEC International 

Chantelle Abdul is an international business executive, a serial entrepreneur and a consummate businesswoman, with over 15 years’ experience in originating, founding and operating hyper growth startups and budding companies across Africa, Asia, Europe & America- traversing a plethora of sectors, from Power & Energy to Agriculture, Mining, Real Estate and Hospitality.
Under her leadership, Mojec Int’l has grown from a small family owned business into a metering empire; evolving into a conglomerate and an undisputed market leader in the industry, with diversified interests in the power value chain, spanning across power generation to distribution, manufacturing, supply, financing & meter installation.
Mojec International (MI) is the largest manufacturer of water, gas and electricity meters in sub-Saharan Africa, with an installation capacity of up to 4M Meters annually and a nationwide footprint of 80% working with 9 out of the 11 distribution companies in Nigeria and West Africa. With almost 2M meters deployed, M3AC has the largest supply chain, technology, financing and installation network for smart electric, water and gas meters; as well the largest DER and renewable energy solutions provider in sub- Saharan Africa.
Additionally, Mojec has the largest installation network across the country, with a combined strength of over 5000 installers nationwide, being the largest nationwide deployment of AMI across the Country.

2.30 - 3.15 PM

Day - 1 18 July

Women Energy Champions Roundtable

  • Moderated by: Engr. Femi Olaniyan, CEO Collageo/NEF Stakeholder Engagement Lead
  • Boosting Smart Sustainable Metering Infrastructure Chantelle Abdul, MD/CEO MOJEC International.
  • People, Skills and Jobs: Priorities for Sustainable Energy Transition Funmi Ogbue, MD/CEO,
  • Zigma & President, Women in Energy Network.
    Eriye Onagoruwa, Group Head, External Affairs & Government Relations, Waltersmith.
  • Re-skilling and Up-skilling Capacity for Energy Transition Ibiene Okeleke, MD/CEO, Energy Training Centre.
  • Mobilizing Small Grants for Sustainable Energy Development Ibironke Oluwabamise, National Coordinator, GEF-SGP UNDP
  • Transforming Solar Home Systems and Investments Lande Abudu, Component
    Lead, Standalone Solar Home Systems (SHS), Nigeria Electrification Project, REA.
  • Innovative Financing for Clean Energy Revolution Dr. Kate Steel, CEO Nithio,
    USA (Hybrid)