Akram M. Almohamadi

Energy Researcher

Akram Almohamadi is an energy researcher, working as a Senior Sustainable Energy Specialist at the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), Egypt. He joined RCREEE in January 2015 and has participated as a project manager/coordinator/researcher in several projects related to renewable energy, power sectors, and energy efficiency in the Arab region, including Yemen. He has sound experience in energy policies and regulatory frameworks, renewable energy, energy efficiency, project management as well as research and analysis. Akram has led several research projects and was deeply involved in several studies funded by international organizations, such as the World Bank, EU, UNDP, UNOPS, UNEP, among others. Akram holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering and is currently finalizing his study for a master’s degree in Engineering and Management.


Priorities for the Recovery and Reform of the Electricity Sector in Yemen

May 25, 2021 White Papers
Electricity is the backbone of any economy and one of the necessities of modern life. Poor electricity services in Yemen, even before the war, have been one of the key barriers to sustainable economic development and basic service provision (e.g., water supply, health care, education). This paper aims to lay out the top priorities for restoring electricity sector services and reforming the…