Shaleen Wangui Munuhe

Shaleen Wangui  Munuhe

    Shaleen is a renewable energy, energy efficiency, policy and advocacy expert. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nairobi with a professional qualification in CPA 2. She is currently working as an independent consultant providing information and support to Off grid Companies (Solar Home Systems, Productive Use Solar and Solar Water Heating Companies) in the areas of policies and regulations and strategic issues such as opportunities and partnerships nationally and at county level.

    In addition to that, she is the East Africa Programme Consultant for the International Ashden Award, with her primary role being to conduct research and assessment for innovations focused on boosting energy skills and. Prior to that, she was the Assistant Country Manager, Kenya, Somalia and Ghana at Tetra Tech International Development for the Africa Clean Energy Technical Assistance Facility, a 4-year programme funded by the UK Government Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), aimed at catalysing a market-based approach for private sector delivery of renewable energy electrification technologies, with a focus on high quality stand-alone solar systems. She provides technical support in matters relating to advocacy, project design to renewable energy stakeholders and companies. Her work involves the development of feasibility studies, technical analysis, planning and design of projects, particularly in the off grid solar sub sector. She has conducted over twenty stakeholder workshops in the renewable energy field for multiple audiences including off grid companies, private sector, government officials and research and testing centres officials.


    Das war’s für heute! Ein großes Dankeschön an @dpomondi (@die_BGE) für die heutige Moderation. Wir bedanken uns für Ihre Teilnahme und freuen uns auf‘s nächste Mal. Bis dahin! 6/6

    An unserer Paneldiskussion nehmen teil: @TFrahsa (@trimet_se), Claudia Grotz (@SiemensGamesa), Florian Schöne (@naturschutzring), Dr. Ute Simon (@abo_wind), Philipp v. Tettau (tettau Partnerschaft). 5/6

    Um den #WindanLand Zubau auf Zielpfad #Klimaneutralität zu bringen, sind heute Maßnahmen erforderlich, die kurz-, mittel- & langfristig wirken: Bis 2024 Rückstau auflösen, bis 2026 Hochlauf ermöglichen, ab 2026 Niveau stabilisieren. Philipp Godron, Agora-Programmleiter Strom. 4/6

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