My research project
Theory, application and policy of efficiency regulation
I have recently completed this collaborative doctoral research with the Centre for Environment and Sustainability (CES) and Surrey Energy Economics Centre (SEEC) on the theory, application and policy of efficiency regulation where I modelled the stochastic cost efficiencies of electricity distribution companies in West Africa as well as investigated the drivers of inefficiencies from both a technical and a political economy perspective.
I hold a BSc in Natural Resources Management from KNUST, Ghana, and an MSc in International Finance from University of Salford and an MSc in Energy Economics and Policy from the University of Surrey.
My interests include productivity and efficiency studies, efficiency modelling, energy demand modelling, energy risk modelling, energy regulation and policy, energy finance, community energy, renewable energy technologies and energy business models.
Prior to my doctoral education, I worked with Bank of Africa Ghana Limited as a Corporate Business Development Manager and Credit Risk Analyst in charge of energy trade finance, energy project finance and commodities finance.