Graham Sianjase

Graham Sianjase has work experience which spans the telecoms, energy, and ISP industries — in which he has worked in both commercial and technology roles. His educational background is a blend of engineering and business.

Graham holds an MSc in Telecommunications with Business (best student awardee) from University College London (UCL) where he was a Chevening Scholar. He also has an MBA and a bachelor’s degree in electrical & electronic engineering – both from Copperbelt University. He is a member of IEEE, IET, ITP, and EIZ.

Content by Graham Sianjase
  • Publication - Working Paper

    The cost of power outages to Zambia’s manufacturing firms

    17 Sep 2019 | Imaduddin Ahmed, Michelle Baddeley, D'Maris Coffman, Jim Meikle, Musiliu Oseni, Graham Sianjase

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    The cost of power outages to Zambia’s manufacturing sector

    The researchers surveyed 146 large manufacturing firms in Zambia’s industrial hubs in 2018 to assess the impacts of power outages on Zambia’s manufacturing sector, and firms’ coping mechanisms. Following the outages of 2015 and 2016, manufacturing’s share of energy delivered by Zambian energy utility ZESCO dropped and had not recovered by 2017. The...

    28 Aug 2019 | Imaduddin Ahmed, Michelle Baddeley, D'Maris Coffman, Jim Meikle, Graham Sianjase

  • Project

    Electricity crises in Zambia: Estimating the costs of unreliability at firm level

    As Zambia seeks to diversify its economy via growth in the manufacturing sector, rising demand for electricity from manufacturing firms is likely to impose additional constraints on the efficiency and sustainability of Zambia’s energy infrastructure. As a palliative measure, the Zambian government recently announced her decision to waive import duties on backup...

    19 Oct 2016 | Imaduddin Ahmed, Michelle Baddeley, D'Maris Coffman, Jim Meikle, Musiliu Oseni, Graham Sianjase