Ahmed Osman Elamin Abdalgader

Ahmed Osman Elamin Abdalgader smiles in this 2021 headshot. He has a short mustache and wears a white turban and white traditional Sudanese dress.
Natural Resources, Environmental and Climate Policy


About Ahmed Abdalgader

Ahmed Abdalgader has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Khartoum, Sudan, and a master's degree in Renewable Energy Technology from University of Khartoum. He is a certified energy manager from the Association of Energy Engineers.

Mr. Abdalgader has more than 15 years of experience in the electricity sector, including 10 years of experience in climate change and renewable energy projects development. He has worked as Sudan National Focal Point in International Solar Alliance since March 2018, and he is currently the director of renewable energy technology for Sudanese Electricity Holding Company.

In addition, Mr. Abdalgader has extensive experience providing consultancy services in the field of energy and climate change for entities such as African Development Bank, African Enterprise Challenge Fund, MRC Group Consultants and Transaction Advisers, and (HEAT) GmbH Habitat, Energy, Application & Technology based in Germany

As a Humphrey Fellow at UC Davis, Mr. Abdalgader plans to enhance his knowledge of energy policy and climate change. His professional and research interests also include energy policy and regulation to catalyze the private sector to engage in the power industry.

Contact Mr. Abdalgader at aabdalgader@ucdavis.edu

Available for:

  • Discuss and share his experiences of energy policy, renewable energy and energy efficiency in Sudan
  • Discuss issues about energy policy and regulations
  • Meeting with peers and visiting entities working on energy policy and regulation issues

Related SDGs:

On a bright red background are silhouettes of four adults and two children, the number 1, and the words "No Poverty"
On a pale yellow background is an illustration of a steaming bowl, the number 2, and the words "Zero Hunger"
On a bright yellow background are an image of a power button with sunrays coming out of it like it's the sun, the number 7, and the words, "Affordable and Clean Energy."
On a green background is an illustration of an eye with the global as the iris, the number 13 and the words, "Climate Action."

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