Dr Al-Mas Sendegeya

Lecturer

Dr. Al-Mas Sendegeya has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, a Master of Science in Renewable Energy, Licentiate Degree in Power Systems (Rural Electrification), a PhD in Rural Power Systems, a Certificate in Small Hydro-power Engineering Development, and a Certificate in Solar Energy Engineering, has attended and given presentations in a number of Workshops on Sustainable and/or Renewable Energy.

He has experience of more than 19 years lecturing and curriculum development in Tertiary institutions and supervising students’ research projects at both undergraduate and Master’s levels. Dr. Sendegeya has been engaged in power systems research addressing extending power to rural communities. His main research interest is in the field of sustainable energy and energy for rural development.

Considering isolated mini-grids and embedded generation. His research publications are mainly in capacity building in sustainable energy. He has provided various consultancy services in the field of Solar Energy and rural energy development with GIZ Uganda. He served on the board of an NGO in Uganda promoting Renewable Energy technologies in Uganda. Under this Organisation he worked on a number of rural energy projects, and served as the technical advisor in Renewable Energy issues and Energy for Rural transformation. He was involved in the EU funded project, the Sothern African sustainable Energy (SASEI) project coordinated by Namibia University Science and Technology (NUST).

The project has been focusing on capacity building in sustainable energy in which three regional partner institutions were involved (Namibia, Botswana and Lesotho) and one Germany University. He has engaged in a number energy consultancy with different private sectors. Technical Consultant with the Electricity Control Board in Namibia.Solar thermal Training expert under the SOLTRAIN project managed by the Namibia Energy Institute (NEI), under the Namibia University of Science and Technology.

Currently he is employed by Kyambogo University in the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

 

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