Mohamed joined APSEY eighth round. With an electrical power engineering bachelor degree, Mohamed supported many of RCREEE projects developing the Fiscal incentives for RE deployment in the Arab region. He also worked on drafting best practices in the region related to FiT and net metering systems.
After his internship, Mohamed pursued his master degree at TU-Berlin Campus in El-Gouna. He recently obtained his master’s degree in Business Engineering – Energy.
About APSEY, Mohamed says:
“APSEY hands on experience and capacity development programs helped enhance my knowledge and provided me with different perception of renewable energy and energy efficiency which is definitely an added value for my career.”