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Kingsley Okenyi

Project Director, Eauxwell Nigeria Ltd

Kingsley is the Project Director of Eauxwell Nigeria Ltd and brings over 13 years of experience in the Energy sector, with a focus on Renewable Energy, capacity building, project management project governance framework and performance improvement. Prior to joining Eauxwell, Kingsley has held numerous positions and handled numerous projects in the areas of drilling engineering and project management in one of the world’s most reputable companies, Shell.

Kingsley brings exceptional project experience having worked in multiple projects and teams especially in the area project delivery and Project Performance.

He Led a diverse team to deliver 10 wells per year in hazardous terrain (Bonga field deep-water offshore) safely, and within schedule and budget ($400 million), accelerated total well on-stream date by 116 months, reduced upcoming project CAPEX by $2.8 billion and delivered of a $600 million drilling rig contract for Shell Nigeria, the first of its kind.

Kingsley has 2 degrees in Engineering and is currently a doctoral student at the SKEMA business School France with key focus on project best value approach.

Kingsley lives in Lagos, is married and has three kids.

12.00 - 1.00 PM

Day - 1 18 July

Funding Renewables and Sustainable Energy Supersession

  • Mobilizing Clean Energy Investments for SMEs – Olumide Fatoki, NESP.
  • Large-scale Solar for Commercial, Industrial, and Grid Applications –Esther Jerome, Sales Representative – Nigeria Jinko Solar Co., Ltd.
  • Powering Energy Access and Net Zero Solutions – Mobolaji Fadeyibi, Business Development Manager, West & Central Africa, Sunking
  • Accelerating Electric Mobility and Cleaner Transport Adetayo Bamiduro, Co-founder, Max.
  • Upscaling Utility-Connected Solar Projects – Kingsley Okenyi, Project Director, Eauxwell Nigeria Ltd.
  • De-risking Finance for Energy Transition – Eluma Obibuaku, Senior Vice President and Head of Power, African Finance Corporation.
  • Financing Sustainable Energy for All – Anita Otubu, Senior Director, Universal Energy Facility, SEforALL, USA (Hybrid).
  •  Q&A Co-chaired by Engr. Adekunle Makinde, FNIEEE, NEF2023 Co-Chair
5.30 - 6.00 PM

Day - 1 18 July

Upscaling Mutli-MW Scale Solar & Decentralized Power Jumbo session

  • Boosting Industrialization using Gas-to-Power and Solar Solutions – YasserFar hat, Lead Engineer, Jubaili Bros Engineering Ltd.
  • Gas for Energy Transition - Sumeet Singh – CEO, Power Gas Global Inv.
  • Delivering Devolution of National Electricity Grid Dolapo Kukoyi, Managing
    Partner, Detail Commercial Solicitors.
  • Energizing Decentralized Power Plans Representative of Lagos Stae
    Commissioner for Energy (to be confirmed)
  • Transforming Interconnected Mini-grids – Ayo Ademilua, CEO A4&T & President,
    Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria.
  •  Advancing Meshed Solar Grids – Afnan Hannan, CEO, Okra Solar.
  • Energizing Electric Vehicles & Net Zero Transport – Prince Audu Mustapha, CEO,
    EMVC.
  • Energizing Net Zero Power Grids – Country Director, Husk Power Systems
  • New Tools for Boosting Solar Irrigation Shilp Verna, Senior Researcher, Int.
    Water Management Institute, India (Hybrid).
  • Q&A Co-Moderated by: Engr. Tunde Salihu, IEEE Nigeria Section