• The Kuramo Conference is an international biennial event hosted in the West African city of Lagos, Nigeria. The dialogue will encapsulate the emerging legal and socio-economic trends, and advocate concrete recommendations for policy makers with a view to shaping the future.
  • The Resource Innovation and Solutions Network (RISN) is a program of the Walton Sustainability Solutions Services at Arizona State University, in partnership with the city of Phoenix’s Reimagine Phoenix initiative. RISN advances integrated resource management through a global network of public and private partners.
  • The Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan, is a John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation-funded Centre of Excellence. One of the main objectives of the Centre is to develop the human capacity needed to formulate and implement energy policies and regulations to manage effectively the natural resources of Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa.
  • ASU, the largest public university in the U.S. under one administration, is Sustainability School Lagos’ primary technical advisor. ASU is home to the Global Institute of Sustainability and the School of Sustainability, the first and still most comprehensive of their kind, with over 300 of those are designated Sustainability Scientists and Scholars.
  • Impasse Technologies is an engineering company with the mission to “be the reference point in the service and telecommunications industry with special focus in the production of equipment enclosures, renewable communal and rural power supply systems & infrastructure, electrical services, as well as custom-built products that meet the needs of our customers within Nigeria and the West African sub-region.”
  • The EI is the leading chartered professional membership body for the energy industry, supporting over 20,000 individuals working in or studying energy and 250 companies worldwide. The EI provides learning and networking opportunities to support professional development, as well as professional recognition and technical and scientific knowledge resources on energy in all its forms and applications.
  • Access to Knowledge (promoted with the acronym “A2K”) is a special purpose entity that is responsible for the dual objectives of identifying critical knowledge needs and driving the establishment of knowledge institutions that will support sustainable development in Nigeria and in Africa.