The Renewable Energy Programme 2 and 3 ended with a Way Forward Phase in South Africa at the end of 2022. During this phase we took the opportunity to ask a few participants from the programmes about their experiences, learnings and takeaways from the programme.
First out in this interview-thread is June Omole from Kenya and the Renewable Energy Programme (REP) 3.
Name: June Omole
Position: System Control Engineer
Organisation: Kenya Power Network, Management Department, National Control Center
Programme: Renewable Energy Programme 3
Quote from the interview
What has been your favourite part of the programme and why?
“I liked the networking. I must say that must have been the biggest win for me. First of all even within my country we were able to work as a team with people from different areas in the energy sector, very knowledgeable people, very influential as well. And just interacting with them, I learned a lot from them, from what they do. It gave me a much broader perspective in the energy spectrum. Not only in Kenya, but also from the other countries. I have met people from other countries in Africa and also in Sweden and that is something that I can never replace.”June Omole, Kenya, REP 3
Watch the whole interview
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