WELCOME TO AETI

AETI Power Systems and Controls Limited is an independent but an associate company of AETI Nigeria Limited which has over the years been rendering services to the Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Telecommunications, Engineering services, Hospitality Industry as well as the... Read More

TECHNICAL TRAINING

With a focus on technical capacity building and enhancing sustainable power delivery, AETI Diploma and certificate programmes are designed with both classroom and technical Hands-on training exercises, to equip Engineers & Technicians who will be able to...Read More

OUR PROGRAMMES

These are scheduled Courses that cut across Generation, Transmission and Distribution systems which can also be customized to meet the specific requirements of the client. The following courses are also available amongst others... Read More

OUR SERVICES

Our Vision

Our vision is to become the pioneer and leading integrated Power Education, training, Power project execution and Consulting company.

Our Mission

To deliver exceptional and efficient services to our clients whilst ensuring that our shareholders and employee derive maximum value from the growth of the company.

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We offer recruitment and outsourcing service to provide candidates that meets your need.

Nigeria to export 1,540MW of electricity in 2025

Nigeria to export 1,540MW of electricity in 2025

Export of electricity to two neighbouring countries, Niger and Benin Republics, from Nigeria is expected to increase to 1,540 megawatts by 2025 from 387MW in 2020, according to a document released to media. Export of electricity to two neighbouring countries, Niger and Benin Republics, from Nigeria is expected to increase to 1,540 megawatts by 2025 …
Power sector loses N108 billion in first quarter

Power sector loses N108 billion in first quarter

Nigeria’s power sector lost about N108 billion during the first three months of this year due to several constraints inhibiting the regular supply of electricity in the country. Nigeria’s power sector lost about N108 billion during the first three months of this year due to several constraints inhibiting the regular supply of electricity in the …

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