Posts tagged as: University of Cape Town

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    Carlos Lopes

    Carlos Lopes is an Honorary Professor at the Mandela School, University of Cape Town, and current AU High Representative to support Member States in the negotiation of a new agreement with the European Union post-2020 and a member of the organisation's Reform Team, led by Rwanda President Paul Kagame. Professor Lopes served as Executive Secretary of the United Nations...

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    Alfred Moyo

    On completing his Masters in 2018, Alfred joined TSibA Education as an Associate Lecturer. In 2009 he moved on to Frost & Sullivan, an international market research and growth consulting company. During his time there, he worked on several projects that focused on the energy sector. These included the analysis of production and investment in South Africa’s power...

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    Louise Tait

    Louise’s main research interests relate to the nexus of energy and development issues in South Africa and other developing countries. Her two main research interests are: extending basic energy access to poor households; and climate change and energy policy design and implementation at both national and urban scales. She is also currently pursuing a Phd investigating...

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    Bothwell Batidzirai

    Bothwell’s research interests include investigating strategies for upscaling the deployment of sustainable energy technologies in the developing world as a vehicle for promoting economic development, improving the livelihoods of the marginalized, as well as protecting the environment. He has a special interest in the bio-based economy and in particular exploring...

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    Vrinda Chopra

    Vrinda Chopra is a doctoral researcher at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She is also an alumna of LSE and the University of Cambridge.

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    Samantha Keen

    Samantha Keen is a researcher in the Energy, environment and climate change group at University of Cape Town. She holds a MPhil in Environmental Management from UCT.