Team of Experts

AESG is constituted by a group of experienced professionals and experts in different domains of energy. On this site you find our in-house expertise as well as our affiliated members.

Our Staff

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Executive Team

Dr. Albert BUTARE
Dr. Albert BUTARE
AESG founder and CEO
Rose LØVGREN
Rose LØVGREN
Deputy CEO
Rocky TUMAINI
Rocky TUMAINI
Project Manager
Janet AKAYENZI
Janet AKAYENZI
Project support staff

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Dr. Albert Butare  AESG founder and CEO.

Dr. Albert Butare AESG founder and CEO.

Dr Butare, an engineer by profession and former Minister of State for Energy and Water in the Republic of Rwanda, has more than twenty years of energy, technology, and renewable energy experience in Africa. Skilled in high level public sector policy and project development and implementation, engineering, social, and economic development. Education background includes a PhD in energy policy and implementation instruments, Masters and Bachelors of Science in Engineering, in energy and Industrial engineering respectively. Fluent in English, Kinyarwanda, Kiswahili and proficiency in German and French. Selected achievements Won the U.K.-based Ashden Foundation’s International Award for Renewable Energies based on the design and production of an energy-saving baking stove – first of its kind in Africa Successfully engineered the process of developing the first ever under water methane to Electricity pilot project in Rwanda. Received two awards for putting in place the best national ICT Policy Framework in Africa from the South African based Indaba and the Kemilinks International based in the UK Participated in the establishment of one of the lead Technical Universities in Rwanda (The Kigali Institute of Science and Technology) Electricity access to Rwanda increased more than 100% (from 4% to 9%) during his tenure as a Minister responsible for energy. Put in place the regional lead national green growth path focusing on renewable energies in Rwanda. Developed and successfully implemented the Biomass energy policy staging Rwanda as the lead country in the region to this effect. Propelled Rwanda to emerge as a lead country in adapting to the use of improved stoves where by 80% of the rural Rwanda and 50% of the urban areas already use improved stoves
 Robert J. Van Der Plas, Afiliate Mmember

Robert J. Van Der Plas, Afiliate Mmember

Robert J. VAN DER PLAS is a Rural and Renewable Energy Specialist currently working as a Director of Studies at MARGE, Marchéage et Gestion de l’Environnement. A Dutch National, he is a member of the International Association for Energy Economics as well as a member of the Union of Concerned Scientists. He is also a Peer reviewer of professional publications that include the Journal of Energy Policy, Journal for Environmental Management, Journal of Ecological Economics and World Bank publications. Key qualifications: More than 20 years of developing country experience in the fields of: Energy sector strategy & policy analysis and development; Design, implementation and supervision of energy and/or environmental projects & programs, mostly with a focus on renewable, rural, traditional and/or household energy, energy conservation, and/or environmental issues; Design of analytical work such as socioeconomic surveys and pre-investment studies. Topics covered include four major categories: Rural electrification; decentralized village electrification or individual supply; diesel, pico & microhydro, wind energy, photovoltaics, and hybrid systems; institutional arrangements, tariffs, financing and subsidy mechanisms; Modern lighting systems, as a way to immediately improve living conditions and prepare for (pre) electrification; Biomass energy, household, traditional, rural, renewable energy, biogas, peat; village-based natural resource (wood) management; (improved) charcoal making; (improved) cooking stoves; production of briquettes; energy conservation and substitution fuel use in households, institutions and small businesses; energy audits; woodfuel taxation; and Greenhouse gas or PM emission reduction programs; renewable energy technologies, solar water heating. Geographical coverage: Africa (Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, DRC, Ethiopia, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, Seychelles, Senegal, Sudan, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe), Asia & Pacific (Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Thailand), Latin America (Haiti, Jamaica). Selected Experiences in Social and Economic Research In the past 3-4 years, major socio-economic analytical work was undertaken in Cameroon, Mongolia, Rwanda, and more focused research work in Fiji, Liberia and Namibia. The work in Cameroon addressed barriers and opportunities for rural households to connect to a local electricity network. In Mongolia, the attitude of the population living in tents in the capital of Mongolia was researched with a view to adopting measures to reduce air pollution stemming from the heating with coal. In these three countries, survey instruments were designed, and the survey realization was supervised, and results analyzed. The work in Rwanda dealt with farmers and their attitude towards planting and using more trees for energy purposes, to identify how trees fit in their farm activities. Other survey work addressed rural energy consumption patterns, and identify ways to increase their access to more modern energy. Finally, much work went into identifying constraints to privately owned or managed micro hydro plants. In Fiji the feasibility of a larger biomass-based electricity generation was researched and social constraints among stakeholders and the population in general needed to be identified. In Liberia the social constraints and opportunities for a better organized biomass supply chain were identified. In Namibia, a mid-term review was carried out to identify and overcome the main stakeholders’ reservations about the proposed village–based solar electrification project. Finally, a longer time ago, in 2002-2004, a rural biomass energy strategy was developed in Ethiopia. Socio-economic research was part and parcel of the activity, as reasons for not willing to plant or manage trees was an important constraint that had to be addressed.
 Professor Karl Schlösser, Affiliate Member

Professor Karl Schlösser, Affiliate Member

Surname : Schlösser Christian name : Karl-Helmut Date of birth : 23.04.1955 Nationality : German Marital status : married, four children Profession : Civil Engineer, university degree: Diplom Bau-Ingenieur (MSc Civ Eng) Econom. Eng., university degree: Diplom Wirt.-Ingenieur (MSc Econ) University Education 01.10.1975 - 19.06.1982 : study in civil engineering at University (RWTH) of Aachen with university degree: Diplom Bau-Ingenieur (MSc Civ. Eng.) specialisation: Construction Management and Construction Methods Dipl.-thesis: Application criteria of grading equipment used in earthworks and road construction works 01.04.1982 - 02.11.1985 : study in economics at University (RWTH) of Aachen with university degree: Diplom Wirtschafts-Ingenieur (MSc Econ.) specialisation: Management of personnel and staff appraisal, civil and commercial law, planning and production methods Dipl.-thesis: Financing systems for and promotion of small and medium sized contractors in the building industry Employment 01.08.1981 - 31.10.1981 : Site Engineer´s Assistant at dam-building construction site Al Ibtissam (Khemis Miliana - Algeria) 01.05.1982 - 31.03.1986 : Lecturer (teaching and research) at Lehrstuhl und Institut für Baumaschinen und Baubetrieb der RWTH Aachen; Faculty and Institute of Construction Equipment & Construction Management 01.10.1984 - 01.10.1985 : Assistant Professor (avocational) with the Faculty of Construction Equipment and Management at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen, (Lehrgebiet für Baumaschinen und Verfahrenstechnik, Fachhochschule Aachen) 01.04.1986 - 31.05.1986 : Project-Leader with Consulting Engineers for International Planningtasks (Ingenieurgesellschaft für Internationale Planungsaufgaben - IGIP, as desk-officer in Germany responsible for training projects in Mali and Burkina Faso 01.06.1986 - 11.03.1990 : Chief Technical Officer and Senior Roads Engineer with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), German International Cooperation at the Roads Training Centre (RTC), Ministry of Works in Gaborone - Botswana. 12.03.1990 - 31.12.1990 : Specialist Engineer with the Department of Construction Works, Infrastructure, Transport & Traffic Planning at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Eschborn, Germany 01.01.1991 - 31.07.1994 : Project-Co-ordinator for Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) at Technical College Arusha (TCA) in Tanzania, responsible for the implementation of the training component of the Integrated Roads Program as part of the Structural Readjustment Programs introduced to Tanzania by a Worldbank initiative. 15.10.1994 - 31.12.1995 : Head of Division for International Training at Kocks Consulting Engineers, Germany since 1996 : Consulting Engineer on short-term assignments of up to several months time in various projects related to international development and co-operation, especially in projects for Road Construction/ Maintenance e.g.: Thailand, Advisor to the Ministry of Interior; Ghana, Advisor to Ghana Highway Authority; Malawi, Advisory Service to and Appraisal of Bitumen Training Production Unit of the Ministry of Works; Kosovo, Institutional Building of Directorate of Roads; Kenya, Feasibilitystudy: Rural Transport Infrastructure Mt.Kenya Region; Bangladesh, Appraisal of the Rural Infrastructure Improvement Project of the Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development & Co-operatives; Tadjikistan, Appraisal of the Tadjikistan Transportinstitute; Liberia, Advisory Service to Ministry of Works and Ministry of Transport on conceptualization of the National Transport Policy 1996 - 1997 : Associate Professor for Construction Economics at University of Applied Sciences Koblenz, Faculty of Civil Engineering 1998 - 2000 : Professor for Construction Economics at the University of Applied Sciences Lippe, Faculty of Civil Engineering since 2000 - presently: Professor for Construction Management at University of Applied Sciences Aachen, Faculty of Civil Engineering 01.04.2005 - 31.12.2008 GIZ-Program-Manager: „Strengthening of Institutional Development in the Road Sector in Namibia“ and Advisor to the Minister of Works, Transport and Communication, Namibia, while on sabatical leave from University Languages : German (mother tongue), English (fluently in speaking & writing), French (basic working knowledge), Africaans (basic understanding), Swahili (basic conversation level) Overseas Experience : Algeria, Botswana, Tanzania, Malawi, Thailand, Kosovo, Ghana, Kenya, Bangladesh, Tadjikistan, Namibia, Liberia
Aman Sachdeva, Afiliate Mmember, Founder, President and CEO, Synergy Consulting Inc.

Aman Sachdeva, Afiliate Mmember, Founder, President and CEO, Synergy Consulting Inc.

Aman Sachdeva has more than 21 years of experience in Infrastructure Industry, specializing in Energy Sector; ranging from Project and Structured Financing, Corporate Financing and Private Placement of Capital, Management Consulting, Regulatory Affairs, Mergers and Acquisitions, Power System Planning, Energy Conservation and Marketing. He has negotiated and closed transactions in 20 countries, aggregating more than $17 billion primarily in the energy, waste water, and infrastructure sectors. Aman is the founder of Synergy Consulting Infrastructure and Financial Advisory services Inc., An independent consulting practice with focus on project finance, established in 2002. Synergy to-date has successfully closed projects worth US$12 Billion, mostly through competitively tendered bids. Aman successfully manages banking relationships with very large and diverse consortiums and is a key team-member of teams working on energy and infrastructure development projects, simultaneously bringing together technical, legal, financial, expertise. In addition to extensive experience organizing and structuring commercial bank loans globally, Aman also has strong experience with government and multilateral financing institutions, including the export credit agencies of most of the developed world. Aman has built clientele and reputation for providing extensive expertise in Project Financing, Development and Negotiation of Financing Structures, Financing Term Sheets (Commercial Banks and Development Financial Institutions), Sophisticated Financial Models, Project Agreements, M&A Advisory and Training Programs; assisting the clients in managing Project Development Process and in closing transactions for infrastructure projects, particularly in the power sector in all six continents with a focus on Middle-East Asia. He has been financial advisor for 7,000 megawatts of power generation, 2,74,6000 M3/Day of water production, in addition to transport projects in the railways, air cargo and airport privatization; in a span of eight years, as the President and CEO of Synergy Consulting. Aman is also a valued advisor to the World Bank, Energy Sector for Central Asia, South Asia and Africa on a variety of projects including energy sector reform, tariff review and negotiations, development of Independent Power / Water / Wastewater Programs (IPP/IWPP/IWP/IWWP), Project appraisal and financial analysis. Aman also advises the Ministry of Energy in several countries, assisting them in developing and implementing sustainable power programs. He has conducted Capacity Building Training Programs on Project Finance; Risk analysis of project contracts like PPA, EPC, O&M, Government Support Deed; Financial Modeling of IPPs for Ministry of Finance, Energy and Government owned off-takers in numerous countries. He has developed an expertise in companies, technologies and regulatory frameworks for the environmental and renewable energy sectors globally. Aman’s prior work experience includes Enron Corporation, Director Finance, senior financial lead for Dabhol Power Company Restructuring Team, 2000 – 2001 and the financing of 190 KM natural gas pipeline from Dabhol to Panvel, Maharashtra, India. CMS Energy (USA) 1996-2000 Director Financial Analysis and Corporate Planning, Regional Head, Finance, CMS Energy Asia, (Singapore), Successfully achieved financial close for Goldfields Gas Pipeline, Western Australia and 250 MW Neyveli Lignite IPP, India.)
Dr. Rajabu : Affiliate Member

Dr. Rajabu : Affiliate Member

Dr. Hassan Rajabu Dr. Rajabu is an expert in the fields of renewable energy and power systems. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in energy systems and power engineering related subjects. Apart from teaching, Dr. Rajabu has 25 years of experience in research and consultancy in the areas of biofuels, renewable energy, energy conservation and management, technical assessment and valuation of machinery and power units, environment and socio assessment of energy and power projects, air pollution, household energy survey, improved cookstoves and fuels, field and lab stoves testing, and engine performance testing. Dr. Rajabu is also the Coordinator of Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) Conversion Facilities in Dar es Salaam and the Certifier of NGV in Tanzania since 2010.
Maurice Pigaht: Affiliate Member

Maurice Pigaht: Affiliate Member

Maurice Pigaht Maurice Pigaht is a consultant on renewable energy, development aid, small business development, and a partner in two energy business start-ups. His consultancy work focuses on energy policy and small business promotion. Major clients include the World Bank, GIZ and BTC. His work has focused upon developing renewable energy sectors in East African countries through public-private partnerships, partial subsidy schemes and improved public policy. From 2006 to 2009 he coordinated a GIZ project for the development of micro-hydro power companies in Rwanda. This involved establishing a cooperation framework between GIZ as a donor, the banking sector as a debt provider, the national utility as a major client, national ministries and regulatory agencies. Prior to this position, he worked as a consultant on renewable energy policy and market development in South Africa and Germany. Maurice Pigaht holds a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College and a Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration
 Courtney Blodgett : Affiliate member

Courtney Blodgett : Affiliate member

HIGHLIGHTS Experience in a wide variety of sectors in the climate change and renewable energy fields Knowledgeable about the technical and research aspects of low carbon projects as well as the policy aspect of climate change PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Climate Change Consultant, Kigali (Rwanda)July 2010 – present Acting as Project Manager for UK Department for International Development (DFID) project: Results Based Financing for Promotion of Renewable Energy Completed a Charcoal Value Chain and Improved Cookstove Sector Analyses for SNV, a Dutch development NGO Advised the Rwanda Development Board on low carbon investment projects Developed carbon component of water purification project in Kenya and wind farm in South Africa United Nations Development Program/ Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA), Kigali (Rwanda) July 2009 – July 2010 Technical Expert on Carbon Markets Provided technical expertise to government bodies on carbon markets, renewable energy and reforestation Trained local staff, government officials, and community to build carbon market and climate change capacity Managed the team of carbon market related staff based in REMA Provided input at regional and international negotiations on climate change and the carbon market, acting as a Technical Advisor to the African DNA Group Eco Securities, NYC & Oxford (USA, UK) Aug 2007 - July 2009 Principal Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Project Manager Oct 2006 - July 2007 Senior CDM Project Manager Sept 2005 - Sept 2006 CDM Project Manager Senior Manager within EcoSecurities’ Implementation division Interacted directly with UNFCCC and related political entities on responding to political decisions Represented EcoSecurities and presents at climate change negotiations and international conferences Conducted technical reviews of Project Design Documents as part of the company’s internal quality control team, with experience on over 70 projects specializing in: renewable energy; biomass; anaerobic digestion; biofuels Worked to develop tools and programmes to advance career development across the Implementation team Acted as one of the key members of an internal troubleshooting task force, identifying specific problems within team and creating innovative solutions including a company wide procedural manual • Advanced spreadsheet, toolkit and database development for emissions reduction accounting Researched and develops methodologies and strategies new technologies such as second generation biofuels Managed small teams depending on projects UK Dept for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform/ Dept of Energy & Climate Change (UK) Oct 2008 - Feb 2009 Projects Advisor, UK Climate Change Projects Office (secondment) Industry expert role to provide technical advice on CDM and JI projects to project developers, government officials and other stakeholders Planned, researched and organised trade missions to promote CDM and Joint Implementation (JI) Acted as trade mission leader and head of delegation including chairing seminars, presenting and leading panels Provided input based on CDM/JI experience to the UK government for wider carbon market policy discussions Trained government officials about CDM/JI UK Dept for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)/ University of Oxford (UK) May 2005 – September 2005 Project Manager, UK Climate Impacts Programme Researched climate change impacts and adaptations and related activities in the UK Worked with DEFRA to help write and conduct stakeholder consultations on the UK Adaptation Policy Framework. Provided input to various UKCIP publications including reports on the impacts of climate change on buildings and on how business can prepare for various impacts Organized stakeholder meetings and conferences for the business sector and local government officials to raise awareness about climate change adaptation.
 Dr. William Gboney : Affiliate member

Dr. William Gboney : Affiliate member

Naceur Hammami : Affiliate member

Naceur Hammami : Affiliate member

Mr. Hammami, a Tunisian by Nationality, is a seasoned energy expert having worked in a number of African countries and Asia. He has mainly specialised in Renewable energies in general and currently engaged in energy efficiency related activities in particular. Mr. Hammami was educated in both Tunisia and Belgium where he obtained his higher degrees in Industrial Chemical Engineering as well as Engineering in Bio-technology from Charleroi and Louvain La Neuve respectively. He is fluent Arabic, French and English languages. For the last 25 years, Naceur Hammami was involved in Tunisia and in some other African countries in large energy programs, mainly on renewable energy and use of sustainable energy and energy efficiency dealing with all aspects: economic, institutional, legal, regulation, technical, marketing & surveying, financing, monitoring. He has worked within the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector covering solar PV, solar water heating, wind, biomass, geothermal and hydropower for various applications. He has an extensive experience as Project Manager for planning, studies, design and implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. He has detailed knowledge of tendering procedures including tender evaluation and contract management. Since 1985, he has been involved in several international projects funded by various donors as World Bank, EU, AfDB, UNDP, FAO, and some development Partners (Belgium Technical Cooperation, GTZ, etc). Specific Activities Since beginning of 2006, Mr Hammami has been an expert advisor in energy in general and in rural energy in particular to the Minister in charge of energy in Rwanda. Responsibilities include planning of programs; development of the energy strategy for rural electrification and energy efficiency; development and implementation of projects; issue calls for proposals for the realization of projects; prepare requests for financing by the donors and development partners; development a monitoring system for planning and monitoring of projects; elaboration of documents and assistance to the Rwandan Government to establish the Rwandan National Agency of Energy (NEDA). Contribution to the setting up of a national and regional strategy for the development and the implication of the private sector, setting up a policy of communication of promotion and sensitization, animation of the work groups in the energy sector. Conception and launch of the national energy saving lamps programme (CFLs). In parallel, Mr Hammami is currently a Technical Assistant for an EU project to increase rural energy access through renewable energy in Rwanda: Evaluation of possibilities to use solar PV and hydro energy for energy supply in 300 rural public institutions: schools, health centres and administrative buildings, feasibility studies, budget and financial feasibility analysis, production of management analysis, assessment of procurement procedures and production of capacity building and income generation guidelines.
Mr. Cosmo Kramer : Affiliate Member

Mr. Cosmo Kramer : Affiliate Member

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Philip Morkel : Affiliate Member

Philip Morkel : Affiliate Member

Philip Morkel has 28 years of experience in mining, oil and gas and power development. He studied Chemical Engineering at Cape Town University and an MBL at UNISA. He has working operations experience in gold mining, copper mining, pulp and paper. He has twenty years of experience in project management and project development in Africa, including oil refinery, oil and gas work and phosphate mining. He ran the Oil, Gas & Power business of Fluor Corporation in Sub-Saharan Africa, running a number of disaster recovery projects as well as a suite of CTL, GTL refinery and pipeline projects through a team of 15 project managers. He has experience of projects and business development in over 20 African countries. Philip spent the last 8 years of development of the Lake Kivu gas development project with its technology development. He also undertook the deputy project director role during the engineering of a $3bn nuclear power project in South Africa. In 2005 he presented a paper on Lake Kivu gas extraction technology to World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Glasgow. He was appointed to the International Expert Advisory Group advising Rwanda and DRC on gas exploitation methodology and lake safety.
Stanley Omuterema: Affiliate Member

Stanley Omuterema: Affiliate Member

1. Nationality: Kenyan 2, Education: Institution Degree/certificate Date Obtained Moi University Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Environmental Physical Sciences 2007/2008 Kenyatta University Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA) 2013 Moi University Master of Science (MSc), Environmental Earth Sciences 2003 Moi University Bachelor of Technology (BTech. Ed.)Education (Power Mechanics Technology) 1996 3. Professional Certification or Membership in Professional Associations i) Member, Environmental Impact Association of Kenya ii) Lead Expert, Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Auditing, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) iii) Member of the Nile Basin Capacity Building Network (NBCBN), an Environmental Technology Field iv) Physical Environment Consultant with Public Health and Environment Development Services, Nairobi 4. Other Relevant Training Type of Training Subject Institution Location Date Environmental Impact Assessment Lead Expert Training Environmental Impact Assessment Moi University Eldoret 2000 International Organization of Standards (ISO); Quality Management Quality Management, Auditing processes and Reviews Kenya Bureau of Standards Nairobi, Kenya 2006 5. Languages: • English: Functional native proficiency • Kiswahili: Functional general proficiency 6. Employment Record: Date: from - to 2003-present Location Kakamega and Nairobi, Kenya Company: Envertek Africa Consult & Masinde Muliro University Position: Consultant & Senior Lecturer Description: Environmental Impact Assessment and Audits for firms/institutions on new projects. Training of university students in the areas of Renewable Energy resources – Biomass, Solar, Geothermal and Wind. Renewable Energy Baseline Studies; Sugar processing by-products - Bagasse, off-cuts and other residues. Energy Plantation Resources. Supervision of undergraduate and post-graduate students in research projects in Energy Resources and pollution 7. Summary of Relevant Experience: a). Senior Environmental Expert, Greenmax Capital Advisors on Geothermal Development Corporation Power project - Menengai 2013 to date b). Team Leader, Research on: Energy Potential of Sugarcane Biomass Resources in Western and Costal cultivation zones, Kenya. Ministry of Agriculture, Kenya, May – November 2011 c). Optimization of bagasse boiler efficiency in the sugar industry, May 2006 – September 2007, Moi University, Eldoret & Mumias Sugar Company Kenya d). Project Head, pilot project on use of Agro-wastes for Energy generation through gasification in Trans-Nzoia, North-Rift, Kenya. Masinde Muliro University, Kenya, July – November 2007 e). Senior Researcher on area: Efficiency of wood fuel conversion for charcoal production in Ol Morogi, Naivasha, Kenya January – September 2004 f). Lead Expert: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for Construction and operation of Webuye Hydro Electric Power (HEP) Project g). Lead Expert, Environmental Auditing of Sosiani HEP and Weir h). Lead Expert, EIA for Chepkit HEP weir (Lake Victoria North Water Development Projects) i). Lead Exper,t EIA for Chepkoilel River Multipurpose project, Eldoret j). Lead Expert, Environmental Audit for Power Cogeneration at West Kenya Sugar Factory k). Lead Expert, Environmental Impact Assessment for Power Cogeneration at Mumias Sugar Factory 11. Selected Reports and Publications: a. September 2003: Alternative Energy Sources for developing cities; The case of Kisumu City and Eldoret Municipality b. November 2006: Aspects of Optimization of Energy of Energy Production in Bagasse-Based Boilers in the Sugar Industry. African Environmental Review Journal, School of Environmental Studies (SES), Moi University, Eldoret. c. February 2001 to Date: Developed University Curriculum on Environmental Impact Assessment and Audits; Conservation and Sustainable Development Courses at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kenya d. October 2005 : Approaches for Integrated Management of Wastewater in the Sugar industry in Kenya. e. August 2007: Energy Potential of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) generated in Eldoret Municipality by Omuterema, S., Tole, M. P, Ndiema, C. Sakwa, T. and Imbuga, B. f. February 2009: Resource Utilization for Sustainable Growth and Development in the 21st Century: Variation of Bagasse Fuel Factors and Flue gas Temperature in bagasse-based boiler. Presented by Omuterema, S., Ogada, T. Mugalavai, M. and Imbuga, B.
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