Summer 2020 Energy Internship Program
This summer, the Energy Access Project funded nine students to look at issues of energy accessibility, finance, and technology across the globe
On August 28th, students who completed summer internships through the Energy Initiative Internship Program and the Energy Access Project returned to share their experiences and findings. Funded students through the EAP had internships or research experiences that focused on energy access, with many having special emphasis on modern technology or clean cooking fuels. Student experiences ranged from analyzing micro-grid integration strategies in Uganda to examining the viability of biogas cookstoves in Indonesia.
Missed their presentations but still curious about their work? Learn more about students and their projects below.