Clean Power Ambassadors
Clean Power Ambassadors are renewable energy enthusiasts selected from different countries to help promote why it is important in their region. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our ambassadors, who are responsible for promoting the Clean Power Program of online courses in their regions.
Meet the Clean Power Ambassadors
Deniz is a master’s student in the Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems program at Middle East Technical University, Northern Cyprus Campus in Turkey and currently working on her thesis about the long-term energy yield predictions of solar & wind energy resources. Her background is Mechanical Engineering and she wants to become a researcher in the field of climate-resilient energy systems and energy forecasting in a changing climate. Her two nephews give her the biggest motivation to work for a sustainable energy future. When not studying, she does yoga, finds new places to eat & drink and occasionally meditates.
Jorge is a PhD Researcher at The University of Nottingham, and is committed to developing a career in sustainable energy technology and architecture. He is interested in being part of innovative projects for impact on social environments that include renewable energy systems to achieve net-zero carbon buildings worldwide. Jorge has collaborated in a wide variety of energy efficiency projects, such as the Innovate UK grant for the development of a novel thin-film photovoltaic vacuum glazing, as well as receiving the Tri-Campus Postgraduate Prize for his contribution in postgraduate teaching at The University of Nottingham.
Joshua Miguel Lopez
Straddling the nexus between technological transitions and social-ecological change, Joshua has initiated different projects and activities to promote the energy transition in the Philippines. He leads the Renewable Energy Bootcamp (REBOOT), a program that trains young technical leaders to develop renewable energy projects for grassroots communities and conceptualise systemic solutions to accelerate the Philippines' transition to renewable energy. He helped facilitate the formation of the Center for Renewable Energy (CentRE), a multi-stakeholder consortium promoting the energy transition in the Philippines. He is also working as Program Officer of the Philippine government's flagship program for digital transformation. He is a Master's student of Public Management at the Ateneo de Manila University.
Nabila Putri Salsabila
Nabila Putri Salsabila is a full-time renewable energy and sustainable development enthusiast currently studying Bioprocess Engineering at Universitas Indonesia. She wants to deliver meaningful impact by being the best version of herself, and believesenergy and electricity are key to improve people’s life quality. Her research thesis explored the development of integrated renewable energy systems for rural productivity zones in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, as electrification and development strategy in underdeveloped area. She aspires to contribute to the world by being a policymaker in intergovernmental/international organisations, and to leave a great legacy by becoming an Indonesian energy expert.
Semblance Axell Sutton
With a background in energy engineering, Axell Sutton has developed different projects in the energy sector in Mexico and around the world. In 2015, he began to actively participate in sustainability activities on his campus, taking the necessary experience to coordinate the Climate Change program of the NGO Jalisco Ecologic Collective. He has represented Mexico and the University of Guadalajara at multiple energy transition events. In June 2019, the United Nations and the government of the United Arab Emirates nominated Axell as one of the 30 most important leaders in climate change. He is currently working with the United Nations Youth Embassy, and recently represented the global energy youth voice within of the last Climate Action Summit held in New York. He is an International Youth Advisor working with UN Youth Envoy and the UNFCCC.