I am Ssemitego Ismeal, a 24 year old male Ugandan and a holder of an ordinary diploma in electrical and electronics engineering.
I started my studies at Lutengo p/s from where i sat my P.L.E in 2002.
I joined the Lutengo sec sch, in 2003 where i completed my ordinary level in 2006, i then sat in a year and i joined advanced level in 2008 at Kasawo sec sch from where i was awarded a Uganda dvanced certificate of Education in 2009.
In 2010, i joined Kampala Polytechnic Mengo where i did a 2year in the above mentioned profession.
I have worked with different technical companies as a technician e.g Volta Consults, karchorf´s technicians and Muttico.
Sustainable Energy for All is a new initiative of UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon that sets three concrete goals for humanity to achieve by 2030. This includes ensuring universal access to modern energy; doubling the rate of improvement in energy efficiency; and doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix.
For the next three days we are rolling out infographics that explain each of these three goals, why they are needed, and how we can achieve them.Yesteday’s infographic explained the energy efficiency goal. Today’s takes a look at what it takes to bring modern energy access to every corner of the globe. Read more
Engineers Without Boarders Stockholm are working with training solar entrepreneurs starting in Uganda. We hope this is one successful way of achieving Sustainable Energy for All.