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EnPe seminar in Trondheim

26 February, 2019 - 28 February, 2019

The EnPe secretariat is planning a seminar in February in Trondheim. The seminar is intended to provide a platform for the EnPe projects to share knowledge on the different issues they are working on as well as learn from each other.


09-09:30 Registration The Secretariat
09:30-10 Introductory remarks EnPe secretariat and Solbjørg Sjøveian (Assistant Director of The Knowledge Bank, NORAD)
10-10:45 Talk on ethics and other concerns regarding renewable and non-renewable energies Henrik Syse. Norwegian philosopher, author, and lecturer with expertise on ethical dilemmas both in private and public sector.
10:45-11:30 ANTHEI (Capacity Building to enhance teaching/learning, research and expert services in Petroleum Science and Engineering in Tanzania) UDSM and NTNU Ambrose Itika, project coordinator UDSM/Jon Kleppe, project coordinator NTNU / Oras Joseph Mkinga, PhD student
11:30 – 12:15 OGaT (Oil and Gas Technologies, UDSM Tanzania + NTNU) Joseph Kihedu, project coordinator UDSM/Ole Jørgen Nydal, project coordinator NTNU/ Adela Syikilili
12:15 -13:15 Lunch
13:15-14 Implementation of Masters’ in Reservoir Engineering: Exploration, Evaluation and Environment at the Universidad Major de San Andres, La Paz, Bolivia) + University of Stavanger Marco Montesinos, Project Coordinator UMSA, Bolivia.  Master student Salvador Yamil Limachi Limachi.
14-15 JuMakBe (Petroleum Geoscience Collaboration Makerere university/University of Juba and University of Bergen) Betty Nagudi, project coordinator, Makerere university/ Joan Nakajigo, PhD student
15-15:15 Break
15:15 -16 PETROL-UEM (Capacity Building within Petroleum Engineering and Research at UEM, Mozambique + NTNU) Pål Skalle, project coordinator NTNU/ Oscar Nhabanga, PhD student
16-16:15 Summarizing the day Everyone
19 Joint dinner at the hotel Be on time!



Wednesday 27th Feb

09-09:45 Bio Energy Ethiopia (Research and Capacity Building in Clean and Renewable Bioenergy in Ethiopia) Trine Hvoslef-Eide , project coordinator, NMBU/ Shitaye D. Gebrewold (PhD), Shimelis N. Gebremariam (PhD), Getachew Sime (Post Doc), Hawassa university.
09:45-10:30 UPERC-RETs (Upgrading Education and Research Capacity in Renewable Energy Technologies, KNUST Ghana+ NMBU+NTNU) Lena Mensah, project coordinator KNUST, Ghana /Frank Nyarko, PhD student
10:30- 11:30  Capacity 5 (Capacity Building in Renewable Energy Education and Research in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and Mozambique + NTNU) Project coordinators: Mulu Bayray (Mekelle), Joseph Kihedu (UDSM), Karidewa Nyeinga (Makerere) Boaventura Cuamba (UEM), Ole Jørgen Nydal (NTNU) / Ombeni John Mdee, Tomas Nhabetse, Mesele Hayelom Hailu

PhD students

11:30-12:30  Lunch
12:30- 13:30  PELIBIGO (Capacity building to promote sustainable governance of petroleum resources, biodiversity and livelihoods in East

African communities)

Frank Mugagga, project coordinator, Makerere/Julius Nyahongo, project coordinator, University of Dodoma/ Carol Kisanga, PhD student
13:30-14:15 MSESSD (MSc Program and Research Project Energy for Sustainable Social Development, Nepal) Martina Keitsch, project coordinator, NTNU/ Bijay Singh, PhD student
14:15-14:30 Summarizing the day Everyone
19 Joint dinner at Lian. Dress warm!  Buss leaves from outside hotel at 18:30





Thursday 28th Feb

09-10 MSESSD ACAP collaboration- environment protection and human rights/-inclusion aspects. Nepal Martina Keitsch (Professor, Department of Design, NTNU)
10- 10:45 Implications of the use of Bioenergy as alternative energy source for sustainable environment. Ethiopia Meseret Tesema (Assistant professor, School of Plant and Horticultural Science, Hawassa University, Ethiopia)
10:45- 11  Break
11-12 Environmental sustainability: A human rights issue in the Albertine region in Uganda?


Patrick Byakagaba (Post Doc)
12-13  Lunch






26 February, 2019
28 February, 2019


Trondheim, Norway