Sample assignments

2016-17

DFID Bioenergy for Sustainable Energy Access in Africa: Team Leader for the design of a £4M DFID call for research into modern bioenergy opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Through LTS International in partnership with The University of Edinburgh and E4tech.

Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, Kenya: Technical lead in a behaviour change communication programme aimed at generating 380,000 new sales of higher tier charcoal stoves. Through Practical Action Consulting in partnership with PS Kenya.

World Bank, Uganda: Development of investment packages in Uganda's woodfuels sector for the Forest Investment Programme of the Climate Investment Fund.

UK Aid Direct: Member of Technical Review Panel screening funding applications for natural resource-related projects in various African countries. Through MannionDaniels.

2015

DFID, southern Africa: Development of a 5-year, £40M programme aimed at increasing the sustainability of woodfuel value chains in the miombo region of east and southern Africa. Via LTS International.

DFID, Malawi: Analysis of lessons learned from the promotion of low carbon technologies (improved cook-stoves and solar lighting) within the Enhancing Community Resilience Programme. Via LTS International.

2014

GIZ, Rwanda: Development of a Results-Based Financing project for large-scale cook-stove dissemination, to be implemented by Practical Action and funded by DFID.

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, Tanzania: Evaluation of ‘Transforming Tanzania’s Charcoal Sector’ project, a $7.1M initiative comprising sustainable charcoal production from community-managed forests alongside biomass energy research, communication and advocacy.

2013

TradeMark East AfricaIdentification of gaps and opportunities for growing the renewable energy industry in East Africa, with a focus on the bioenergy sector. Via MARGE (France/Netherlands).

Kenya Forest Service: Investigatation of bottlenecks to legal charcoal production in Kenya, and why producers and traders committed to compliance seem unable to grow their markets. Via Niras (Finland).

Micro Enterprise Support Programme Trust, Kenya: Identification of opportunities for commercial utilisation of coconut wastes and processing residues at the Kenyan coast.

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, Chad: Design and operationalisation of a monitoring system for quantifying fuel use by Sudanese refugees in eastern Chad, on behalf of UNHCR. Report downloadable here.

2012

GIZ, Madagascar: Evaluation of the technical and commercial viability of briquette production based on discarded charcoal waste in the city of Antsiranana, Diana Region. Via ECO Consult (Germany).

Carbon investor, Ghana: Due diligence of a cookstove programme in Accra, on behalf of an international carbon investment fund under the CDM, to confirm credibility and commercial viability. Via HED consulting (UK).

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