Mandela Washington Fellowship
Miyir Mohamed has over five years of experience in the energy sector. He is a specialist of renewable energy, specifically solar, wind, and geothermal, and energy efficiency. He is currently the interim director of the Djiboutian Energy Management Agency (ADME), which plays a critical role in reducing energy use and increasing the use of clean energy. The main objective of the Agency is to promote and support the government and households in decreasing their electricity bills by 50% by incorporating energy-saving projects. He also works within the Directorate of Energy as the head of regulation service. Miyir is in charge of the development and implementation of a new law focused on the liberalization of the electricity sector, specifically in the production of electricity.