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Doug Banks Renewable Energy Vision
SCHOLARSHIP FOR POST GRADUATE STUDIES
If you are:
● A South African national or permanent resident who is passionate about making a difference in people’s lives in the African continent?
● Fired up about addressing Energy Poverty and Energy Access through energy services provided by Renewable Energy systems?
● Committed to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and addressing the challenges posed by Climate Change?
A two-year DBREV Scholarship is available to study towards a relevant Masters degree at a South African university, commencing in 2022.
Applicants should have a background of either engineering, science, environment & geographical science, finance, economics, or development
studies and be eligible to register at a South African university.
To apply for the above position, please send a motivation letter, CV, copies of educational certificates as well as ID copy to Dr 0.1. Olayiwola: email@example.com cc Prof E.L. Meyer firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date Monday 20 September 2021
POST DOCTORIAL FELLOWSHIP POSITION
Berkeley Lab’s Energy Analysis and Environment Impacts (EAEI) Division has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow to join the Energy Efficiency for Development (EE4D) program and it’s new activity on Gender Equality and Energy Efficiency.
EE4D is a global program which provides technical resources and expert advice to developing countries to support energy efficiency improvements in order to promote a more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable economic development. The Gender Equality and Energy Efficiency project has a goal to unlock the benefits of modern energy access for women and enhance their role as agents of change in promoting clean, affordable, and efficient energy use in Africa.
In this role, you will develop surveys for data collection, analyze data, develop cost-benefit assessments, and end-use energy consumption modeling tools that show the impact and economic opportunities for increasing access to efficient use of electricity for women. Additionally, this role will involve stakeholder engagement, community engagement, and outreach communication strategies to increase project impacts.
We are looking for a talented researcher with specific interests in the area of gender equality assessments as it pertains to energy use and productive use of energy in developing countries.