Isaiah Nimako Baah
Isaiah Nimako Baah has over four (4) years renewable energy and research experience working within the sustainable development context in the intermediate technology transfer sector and the NGO setting in Ghana. Over the years, Isaiah has consistently supported the development of several energy and environment programs. Leading and providing assistive roles in a number of collaborative projects with both local and international organizations Some of Isaiah’s research projects include major studies for the Technology Consultancy Center (TCC), KNUST – “Biomass Gasification for Rural Electrification” both at the study and development stages, and “Waste Plastics to Liquid Fuels (petrol and diesel)” amongst others. He actively took part in the construction of the 20kW ferrocement gasifier and several institutional cookstoves at the center. Whilst at TCC, he also conducted several studies on waste biomass to briquettes, biofuels, improved charcoal production technologies and was engaged in the production of ceramic water filters. Mr. Nimako is currently serving as the resident engineer on the KITE/We Care Solar programme; which seeks to install solar suitcases for off grid health facilities in the Central and Eastern regions of Ghana. His interest include: renewable energy and energy efficiency, systems engineering, environmental research, project analysis and evaluation, knowledge management and sustainable development. Mr. Nimako is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering from KNUST with several trainings in renewable energy technologies to his credit.