Mamud Musah

Mamud Musah

Program OfficerPearl Sun Rays

Sustainable Energy EngineeringUniversity of Energy and Natural Resources

Ghana

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Program Officer at Pearl Sun Rays

Experienced Renewable Energy System Analyst with a solid academic background and a demonstrated track record of excellence in project coordination and execution. Profound expertise in energy modeling, encompassing design of solar PV systems, hybrid energy systems modeling, mini-grid energy systems modeling and conducting techno-economic analyses. Passionate about delivering tangible results and unwaveringly committed to ensuring successful project outcomes. Dedicated to driving impactful initiatives that contribute to a sustainable future.

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    Education

    Education

    Experience

    Experience

    Projects

    Projects

    China South-South Cooperation

    https://rcees.uenr.edu.gh/china-south-south/

    Technical Support

    The assembly and installation of solar home systems and streetlights under the China-Ghana South Cooperation on Renewable Energy Technology Transfer Project (RETT) in collaboration with the University of Energy and Natural.

    Sustainable Energy Service Centre

    https://rcees.uenr.edu.gh/sesc/

    Assistant Facilitator

    These Sustainable Energy Service Centers (SESCs), are the first of such Centers in Ghana, as part of activities under the Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management (EEDSM) Project, - (one of four Projects in the Ghana Power Compact Program, being funded by United States Government, through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)), they have been established to help in capacity-building and provide regular training for energy auditing. This is being implemented under the Compact II Program’s Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management (EEDSM) Project and seeks to introduce initiatives to ensure energy efficiency and conservation in the available power capacity. This initiative will support the country’s quest to reduce the demand-side energy intensity of public and private facilities. This will enhance and also offer professional job prospects in the field of energy auditing.

    Transforming Energy Access – Learning Partnership (TEA-LP)

    https://rcees.uenr.edu.gh/

    Technical support

    The TEA-LP is a partnership of African, South Asian and Indo-Pacific universities committed to delivering professional graduates ready to drive the transition to sustainable energy access for all.

    Professional Education in Renewable Energy in Ghana-ProREG

    https://www.proreg.info/

    Project Assistant

    In the project "Professional Education for Renewable Energy in Ghana - ProREG", the Technische Universität Berlin is working with the universities Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the University for Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) as well as six corporate partners to address the lack of labour market relevance of education in the field of renewable energy in Ghana

    Energy Planning and Modelling through Integrated Assessment of Climate Land Energy Water Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa (EPIC Afric

    https://www.epicafrica.eu/

    Assistant Coordinator

    It emphasizes optimizing geospatial electricity access design by considering the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus interactions through the CLEWs framework. This approach involves operationalizing the concept of transition arenas to facilitate science-policy interactions, integrating long-term WEF models with various storage technologies like battery, hydrogen, and pumped hydro storage. This integration allows for optimal planning of Variable Renewable Energy (VRE).

    Energy Catalyst Grant (Ayrton Fund) - Innovate UK

    https://iuk.ktn-uk.org/opportunities/energy-catalyst-round-10/

    Assessor

    In my role as an appointed Assessor by Innovate UK, in collaboration with the FCDO and BEIS, I assumed the principal responsibility of delivering comprehensive Assessment Services for project applications in the Energy Catalyst Round 10. Throughout this undertaking, I conducted evaluations of numerous projects situated at varying stages of development, encompassing Early stage (funding range: £50,000–£300,000), Mid Stage (funding range: £50,000–£1.5 million), and Late Stage (funding range: £50,000–£5 million).

    Ghana NDC Action Project (UNEP Climate Smart Agriculture Project)

    https://rcees.uenr.edu.gh/projects/

    Energy policy analyst

    The project involves assessing the institutional and human capacity of potential stakeholders for steering NDC implementation in the Climate Smart Agriculture and developing targeted training programmes to address any capacity needs. It also includes holding training and workshops to enhance capacities of relevant stakeholders.

    Languages

    Languages

    English

    French

    Skills

    Skills

    Energy Audit

    Energy Analysis

    Renewable Energy

    Energy Efficiency

    Efficient Energy Management

    Energy Modeling

    Solar Energy

    Electric Vehicles

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