Advanced Research Fellow and Part-time Lecturer, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK
Main areas of research are energy modelling for clean and sustainable development and energy access; renewable energy technology; environmental policy, energy markets, and climate change. Have focused mostly on all developing regions including Latin America, China, Asia & Africa. Other areas of interest are health consequences of agribusiness and environmental degradation; air pollution and ill health. These research areas are often associated with macro political economy, development and sustainability, mostly in poor and emerging economies;.
Expertise on multidisciplinary studies and interdisciplinary methods involving environment, technology, policy and development.
Principal investigator of numerous international projects covering subjects such as multi-criteria approaches and energy access in off-grid areas, climate change communication, and transformation of domestic waste through dry-fermentation, particularly in growing towns.
Al-Sarihi A, Cherni JA, 2022, Political economy of renewable energy transition in rentier states: The case of Oman, Environmental Policy and Governance, ISSN:1756-932X
et al., 2022, A combined approach to improve municipal solid waste management in upper-middle-income countries: the case of Sabana Centro, Colombia, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, Vol:24, ISSN:1618-954X, Pages:2547-2562
et al., 2022, A decision support tool to place drinking water sources in rural communities, Science of the Total Environment, Vol:833, ISSN:0048-9697
et al., 2021, Comparison of Tank and Battery Storages for Photovoltaic Water Pumping, Energies, Vol:14
et al., 2020, Sensitivity Analysis of Photovoltaic Pumping Systems for Domestic Water Supply, Ieee Transactions on Industry Applications, Vol:56, ISSN:0093-9994, Pages:6734-6743