Young Ambassadors for Global Electrification
As the world faces a global climate crisis, it is essential that our brightest minds are equipped to lead the energy transition and pave the way to a clean energy economy. GSEP’s Young Ambassadors for Global Electrification are a strong community of young professionals and experts empowered to defend and promote the benefits of sustainable electrification and clean energy development around the globe.
I am committed to sustainable electrification and the energy transition by ensuring that capital flows into clean energy endeavors with sustainable business models. I am passionate in helping companies develop their renewable energy strategies.
I feel honored to be part of the Global Ambassadors community. As a person who deeply cares about slowing climate change, it provides me a platform to motivate the young generation about pursuing a career in the field of sustainable energy. As an ambassador, I also get the opportunity to guide students who want to pursue a future in this field and apply for scholarships available.
In search of connecting my background in energy engineering, research, and government to an interdisciplinary approach to policymaking, I decided to study an MS in Environment and Sustainability and a Master of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. Ultimately, my purpose is to support leading a just and comprehensive energy transition in my country, Mexico, and other regions with similar challenges. Being part of the GSEP’s Global Ambassadors community greatly benefits this purpose.
Electricity is the energy of this century, affordable electricity for all is the call of the day, and green energy is the need of the hour. It makes me extremely happy to be an ambassador for promoting electrification and sustainable energy with low-carbon emission. I am so delighted to be a part of GSEP’s Young Ambassador program.
Being part of GSEP’s Global Ambassador program is an opportunity for me to become an intentional, thoughtful, and active global citizen advancing sustainable electrification and the energy transition around the world. I have a responsibility to share and be an agent in sustainable energy development for the Indonesian people in particular and the world in general. I have a strong commitment to support sustainable electrification and the energy transition. As per my background, I will develop nuclear technology which can greatly contribute to achieving these goals.
As part of the Global Ambassadors, I feel a strong sense of responsibility towards sustainable development. It motivates me to further educate myself and to inform my community about the essential benefits of renewable energies, especially to mitigate the impacts of climate change. To further contribute to the sustainable energy transition, I have devoted my study and my work to develop new PV technology aiming for less material usage and cheaper, more efficient solar cells.
Being part of the Global Ambassadors has given me the motivation I need to maintain my commitment to contribute to my home country’s development, and the inspiration to work hard to empower the new generation to face the challenges of the energy transition ahead of us in order to create a sustainable future. Energy and the way we use it needs to be efficient, sustainable and, whenever possible, renewable. That’s why we should focus on doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix in addition to doubling the rate of improvement in energy efficiency.
I believe changes can start with my participation and active involvement at the grassroots level till it gets to the national and sub-national levels. What I will do:
1. Promote public awareness and activism by canvassing and advocating in schools, marketplaces, and communities;
2. Support ambition-raising in courses that are directly related to sustainable electrification and energy transition among high school students;
3. Support nature-based solutions;
4. Opt for public transport, energy-efficient buildings, vehicles, appliances and
5. Participate Individually in the sphere of energy supply/demand.
Earning a master’s degree in Renewable Electricity Production from Uppsala University and being a member of the global ambassadors for sustainable electrification makes me uniquely qualified to discharge my expertise in sustainable electrification and smooth energy transition. Global problems call for international collaboration. Hence, working with top experts in the field here at Uppsala University and other corners of the world empowers me to tackle the climate change challenge.
As a postgraduate mechanical engineer with a cross-cultural approach to industry, I have decided to combine technical knowledge with social, political and economic understanding of the energy sector. Motivated by driving change in my country’s energy sector and observing how energy access and electrification offered people with a sense of dignity, my commitment to the multiple energy transitions also stems from the urgency of mitigating the consequences of climate change.
Based on my regional and urban planning background, I have considered combining my knowledge about the dynamic of city expansion with energy management, in-depth engineering skills, and developing critical infrastructure. So, I decided to study for an MS in Sustainable Development at the American University in Cairo. I am interested in being a part of the GSEP program to have the opportunity to meet the world’s brightest minds to learn about the latest solutions for promoting the energy transition in our cities. Ultimately, I aim to work on placing a public policy in sustainable urban development for innovative business models and projects to mitigate the climate impact and achieve a positive social and environmental impact focusing on the energy field.
I believe every person deserves access to sustainable and abundant energy. Climate finance has a big role to play in helping build the link between SDG13 (Climate Action) and SDG7 (Sustainable Energy for All), providing energy access to people who still lack it. As part of the GSEP’s Global Ambassador program, I am honored to join like-minded professionals and contribute to accelerating a just energy transition.
I feel honored to be a Global Ambassador, I am thankful to GSEP for giving me the opportunity to be part of this community of young professionals and experts. I am committed to defend and promote the benefits of clean energy and electrification through including these topics in my talks to undergrad students, encouraging them to do research and work to improve the energy policies in the near future.
My long-term vision is to work towards finding innovative and economical solutions for effective integration of wind energy. I want to contribute towards making cleaner electric power available in developing countries which in result will help towards fighting climate change. Being a part of the #YAGE program, I hope to create a strong network with professionals who share my passion for creating a better and eco-friendly world. This platform provided by GSEP to share expertise will help me further enhance my knowledge. To fight the global climate crisis, it is essential that professionals from the sustainability field come together and inspire the next generation of engineers.
Being part of the Global Ambassadors is a highly regarded learning and leadership opportunity for me. It is the wonderful way to learn how to contribute to a sustainable future with only a modest time commitment, through the webinars that connect all the scholars. I enjoy belonging to the team, where I have so much to learn, but also something to give back. We are stronger and smarter together. Collectively, we will build a better tomorrow. Overall, I’m blessed to join such a worldwide and diverse community.
It is a great honor to be part of the Global Ambassadors where we all share a similar ambition to work towards promoting and enabling sustainable energy systems. With the increasing urgency to combat climate change, now more than ever, is the time to act. For this reason, I currently work on research projects aiming to increase solar cell efficiencies to enable economic and large-scale integration of PV technologies into the energy mix.
As a young ambassador, I am honored to be a member of a group of young professionals and specialists whose mission is to defend and promote the benefits of sustainable electrification and clean energy. At a time when the world is confronting a worldwide climate crisis, this mission is more important than ever. Young professionals like myself must help lead the way to a clean energy economy.
The latest IPCC report has shown that bolder actions in climate change mitigation are needed to decrease GHGs and prevent irreversible changes. Electrification is just one of the many solutions required to reach net zero in the coming years. Hence, as Global Ambassador, I am devoted to sharing my knowledge in energy technology and engineering to design, implement, and manage electrification solutions that will assist communities, governments, and organizations to transition to a low-carbon economy while considering the social impacts from a Just Transition perspective.
I am committed to driving research for a cost-effective, inclusive and just energy transition. I believe this will address the twin goals of reducing inequality and mitigating climate change. This is achievable through a strong economic & policy framework.
When prompted about choosing a project for my Master in Engineering, I took interest in the energy used by public schools and how I could help improve its conditions and energy policy, when designing an Energy Management System that respects Sustainable Development Goals. I’m committed to helping public schools reduce their climate impact and improve their energy management and living conditions, which will help facilitate the energy transition in my country and create a sustainable development culture for children.
Achieving our global climate and sustainable development goals is a task which requires the knowledge and collaboration of different experts, organisations, and communities from all over the world. A single minded approach is not sufficient as the challenges of one region can vary greatly from another. Being part of the Global Ambassadors provides the opportunity to collaborate with young professionals from around the world, and learn how each of us are developing multidisciplinary expertise to tackle the big climate challenge ahead. Listening to experts from various fields discuss the different technologies that are working for a more sustainable future is highly rewarding.
In a world where manufacturing plays a vital role in the growth of a country’s economy, it is important to have sustainable energy sources. Equipped with our deep understanding of our domains, and our industry expertise, alongside being part of the global ambassadors which provides us the opportunity to work collectively with young professionals to develop and implement the right strategies, operating models, intelligent workflows and technology innovation to achieve our sustainability goals.
It is a matter of pride and privilege to be part of GSEP’S Global Ambassadors, working towards sustainable development goals. This unique identity gives a global exposure to various best practices being carried out and provides a strong network of young leaders with a similar focus and mindset. I am very much committed to sustainable electrification and the energy transition through my engagements with smart city projects, city council projects and associations with farmer groups to advance various clean energy solutions.
I’m investing my time in researching the right nationswide planning for the electrification of transport that will enable the achievement of the 2050 net-zero CO2 goals.
Working in the renewable energy industry has allowed me to support sustainable electrification. I also like to keep up-to-date with technologies and issues relevant to energy transition.
Being a member of GSEP’s Global Ambassadors means being part of a community with a deep commitment to sustainability and helping the world mitigate the climate crisis.
I am convinced that we all need to act faster if we are to achieve the SDG7 target, but more importantly to build a sustainable electrification pathway for the unserved and underserved. At the same time, if not more, similar efforts are needed to make a transition towards cleaner energy sources. That’s why I am very excited to be a part of the Global Ambassadors program- to be able to hear from those who are at the forefront of this transition, interact with them, and ask the burning questions!
Being a part of the Global Ambassadors has given me a chance to dig deeper into ways that sustainable electrification can be achieved. Flexible, available, reliable and affordable electric power is the key to growth and stability of any state and smart grid concept based on renewable energy sources is the solution, and I am gaining all the sufficient knowledge from my master’s study which has been made possible with the help of ESED Scholarship and also as a bonus I am receiving immense amount of knowledge during webinars held solely for the Global Ambassadors.
Sustainable electrification is the key to a Net Zero Emission world. Electrifying the chemical production – producing so called solar fuels – can greatly reduce the reliance on fossil fuels and ultimately their consumption. This is closely related to the power sector as abundant and cheap renewable energy holds the key to sustainable electrification and production of green chemicals. With a background in sustainable energy, my work now focuses on production of low carbon fuels and CO2 capture technologies. I contribute my efforts for sustainable electrification of the automobile and chemical industry.
I want to contribute towards a socially-centered energy transition through my work in sustainable off-grid systems for vulnerable communities in the world. I would like to assess the necessity of said systems based on the community’s needs through Human Centered Design (HCD). Furthermore, I want these systems to be replicable throughout the world and self-sustained by the community itself.
I have committed myself to continuous learning and improvement to equip me better to tackle the world’s problems with sustainable development and alternative energy sources, as well as to help accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy mode. I am confident that collaborating with other GSEP professionals and scholars will give birth to efficient and cost-effective solutions to various issues, thereby accelerating clean energy generation, grid innovations, and the electrification of end-use sectors.
I’m a sustainability enthusiast, undertaking research in energy economics and policy framework, especially in the field of solar energy and hydrogen, with the desire to become a pragmatically accountable asset in the sustainable development. Regardless of the path I take and how hard the journey is going to be, the destination is always the same: I will advocate for a clean energy transition, sustainable electrification, and poverty alleviation.
Being a part of GSEP’s Young Ambassadors for Global Electrification program further strengthens my determination to promote sustainable and clean energy in Afghanistan. It gives me the opportunity to connect with young professionals and sustainable energy enthusiasts from around the world, as well as learn about new developments in the field of sustainable electrification that could be replicated in our country. If Afghanistan’s vast renewable energy resources are sufficiently utilized, both rural and urban areas could have 24-hour electricity, resulting in a higher quality of life.
The energy transition, which will require the sustainable electrification of sectors such as transportation, heating, and even cooking, must leave no one behind. I am committed to helping my country Honduras, which is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change, achieve sustainable electrification by promoting renewable energy projects which will generate clean energy and promote universal access to electricity.
In 2018, my dream came true when GSEP paved my way to be conferred a master’s degree in Solar Energy Engineering from Dalarna University in Sweden. Under this “Ambassadors for Global Electrification program”, I can bear the responsibility of promoting and advocating the rapid transition towards renewables that would reduce the carbon footprint of electricity production. I am excited to share and exchange expertise in this field with sustainability enthusiasts.
It’s a pleasure to be part of the Global Ambassadors because it helps me figure out my responsibilities regarding sustainable electrification, electricity access and the energy transition. I work on ensuring “electricity access for all” from renewable energy resources in developing countries. It is important for stakeholders in developed countries to invest in the human development and renewable energy sector of developing countries in order not to repeat the same mistakes through their development.
I am passionate about the energy sector and its role to both mitigate climate change effects and boost countries’ economic growth. I feel honored to be part of the Global Ambassadors program and hope to acquire good insights from industry experts regarding energy markets and technology trends as well as effective energy policies and regulations. In this way, I will be better equipped to make significant contributions to the energy transition strategy of Nicaragua and other Latin American countries.
It is a great honor for me to be part of the Young Ambassadors for Global Electrification, where you can share ideas and learn how to contribute to creating a sustainable future. I believe that we humans are the very reason for the crisis we are globally in due to climate change, and we should be the ones to mitigate this climate issue.
The energy transition is happening now with many new loads (electric vehicles, heat-pump, etc.) and distributed generation, increasing uncertainties in the terminal distribution network. In my opinion, the terminal distribution network will be the bottleneck on enabling more sustainable transportation and generations. I am a PhD student at KU Leuven, Belgium, exploring the new stochastic methods for decision support in low voltage distribution networks. My commitment to energy transition is through research and developing decision support tools for distribution service operators, where these new loads and generators will be connected.
It is such a privilege to join this group of Global Ambassadors as it will enable me to partner with other experienced professionals in the field to provide relevant solutions to the existing global energy crisis. With this in mind, I have committed myself to be an asset to the GSEP by focusing on relevant research in the field of renewable energy. With this knowledge, I will be able to train others to become useful assets to promote the electrification business globally.
As a GSEP Young ambassador and a graduate student, I’m always interest in helping in the development of new ways to implement sustainable energy in any field. I think clean energy is a priority, and there is a need to implement sustainable energy in all possible industry fields and to not limit its use to the energy sector only. I am beyond excited and committed to integrate sustainability through research, in each of the projects in which I’ll participate and help develop.
Sustainable electrification can be achieved through optimizing renewable energy sources into the main power network and maintaining optimum control.
Through the Young Ambassadors for Global Electrification program, GSEP provides us the opportunity to interact, discuss and share insights with peers who are passionate about sustainable electrification and the energy transition. For me, it is a great platform to increase my knowledge about the latest research in the field of clean energy and also to promote its importance and benefits.
Sustainable electrification and the energy transition have always been areas of interest for me. I was part of a project for sustainable electrification during my masters, and now my work involves projects and assignments where the energy transition is the broader agenda. In the near future, I would like to futher take part in this shift and contribute to the greater good. Being a part of the Global Ambassadors is indeed a matter of honor for me.
African governments and international partners recognize the importance of modern energy services. Several countries are pushing to increase electricity access to their citizens. More importantly, to boost energy security and protect the environment, governments around Africa and the world are investing in renewable energy. My research explores the role of solar PV (particularly bifacial PV) in driving forward the energy transition and severing the link between carbon emissions and GDP. I am also currently working to start a renewable energy consultancy which focuses mainly on PV and Wind technologies.
The energy transition requires actions in different sectors and on various levels to achieve a low-carbon society with a high integration of renewables. Among key sectors, transport is responsible for more than 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, I am strongly committed to initiatives and analysis focused on the integration of electric vehicles powered by renewables as it is currently a desirable solution to mitigate climate change and promote the energy transition. I am particularly honored to be a member of such an inspiring group of young leaders as the GSEP’s Ambassadors for Global Electrification.
Sustainable electrification and the energy transition that is happening around the world is the need of the hour to combat the rhetoric around climate change repercussions and I believe young minds will play a critical role in this paradigmatic shift. Hence, being a global ambassador is an opportunity to thrust this shift by using the appropriate skillset which will aid in the realisation of sustainable electrification leading to the energy transition.
I’m interested in finding solutions for the climate change crisis and creating better living conditions, focusing mainly on the energy field. Learning from sustainability experts is my number one motivation to take part in this valuable program. That’s why I was so excited to see that GSEP offers a series of private webinars given by global energy experts in which many important concepts were introduced. I believe this program gives me the perfect opportunity to participate in defending and promoting the applications of sustainable electrification and clean energy.
I am lucky to have joined a community of experts dedicated to advocating a cleaner and more sustainable world. Being part of the Global Ambassadors provides me with an opportunity to meet the world’s brightest minds, hear about their insights on sustainable energy development, and learn about the latest developments in this sector. In addition, it motivates to work harder in my research on wind turbine control systems, which is aimed at promoting wind energy as a reliable power source.
The key to a sustainable future and welfare for all lies in the comprehensive collaboration between technology and society experts.
Everyone deserves a clean, affordable, and sustainable energy system. I am committed to playing a role in advancing technology and innovation in the sustainable energy system and participating in energy policymaking to electrify an socio-economically and environmentally inclusive world.
We are the agent of change in tackling this enormous challenge of transforming our energy systems with an underlying opportunity for our economies to boost global employment and economic growth.
As a Global Ambassador, I truly understand and firmly believe that we must contribute to making this earth a better place to live. Surely it can be done in various ways, but one of which is to commit to sustainable electrification and the energy transition, by starting from doing any research related to sustainable energy development based on our respective fields of knowledge. It is such an honor and I’m grateful to be a part of GSEP’s Global Ambassadors.
Rising awareness about sustainable development challenges is important, but it is also important to take action if we have the knowledge and means. This is the reason why over the past years, I have dedicated my career to providing scientific contributions to achieve a global sustainable energy transition towards electrification, leaving no one behind. Being a Global Ambassador allows me to learn about cutting-edge solutions from remarkable practitioners around the world, as well as meeting motivated people that, as me, are interested in making a positive impact in our societies.