After graduating from the Moscow State University of Fine Chemical Technologies named after Lomonosov with a major in chemical and technological engineering, Dr. Amadi spent 25 years working in various energy sectors ranging from renewable energy sources (RES) to oil production. Since 2007, Dr. Amadi has been specialising in energy efficiency issues, actively taking part in energy audits and the creation of energy service companies. Having played a major role in the establishment of the Association of Energy Professionals Eastern Africa, he gives consultations to public and private sector entities on sustainable development issues. As the CEO of KEREA, Dr. Amadi pays particular attention to the productive use of RES in the food sector, as well as in health care and transport.
“I would like to express my gratitude to the Global Energy Association for the honorary diploma bestowed on me for my contribution to the energy sector in Kenya and Africa. Africa as a whole needs solution that will ensure energy security and make the most efficient use of all available energy resources. Energy efficiency is key to making clean energy available at affordable rates especially when used to achieve food security,” Dr. Amadi said upon receiving the diploma.