Ngongang Wandji Danube Kirt is a Cameroonian Energy Engineer and Renewable Energy Expert based in Nairobi, Kenya. He has a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Jomo Kenyatta University Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) and has extensive knowledge in Solar PV and Solar Thermal, Wind Energy, Hydro and Geothermal.
Energy engineers work across the full energy lifecycle, including extraction, production, conversion, transmission and distribution, and play an integral role in processing energy from a variety of sources, e.g. solar, wind and geothermal power, nuclear power, water, oil, gas and biofuels.
The primary responsibilities of energy engineers vary depending on the specific project that they are working on, their professional background and expertise, and the sector in which they are employed. However, various activities are common across the board.
If you enter this profession, you’ll be researching new methods and techniques to extract energy from scarce natural reserves; you’ll be designing, developing and building plants and equipment for extraction, production and distribution; and furthermore, you’ll be developing and improving existing procedures to enhance efficiency in the extraction, production and distribution cycles, reduce wastage and develop cleaner forms of energy. Courtesy All about careers
As an Energy Engineer and Renewable Energy Expert, Ngongang Wandji Danube Kirt offers the following services;
- Design of Solar PV, Off-grid and Grid-tied Systems, Solar mini-grids, Solar Water Pumping Systems, and Streetlights Systems.
- Performance of energy audits and implementing changes that can lead to energy savings in commercial and residential buildings.
- Management of both technical and non-technical work teams.
- Green energy strategy for the adaptation and mitigation of climate change: promotion of low carbon emission technologies.
- Development of smart solutions and frontier technologies including Internet of Things (IoT) that help local governments in the efficient disposal of waste by monitoring the fill-rate of toilets and septic tanks to better manage its collection and disposal.
Years of Experience
- 3 years
- UN – Habitat(United Nations Human Settlement Programme)
- Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in East Africa; an initiative of UN-Habitat in collaboration with the governments of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
- Smart cities:smart solutions and frontier technologies including Internet of Things (IoT) for urban basic services.
Business Operating Hours
- 8am-5pm daily
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