Felix Amankwah Diawuo is a Ghanaian who’s passionate in resolving humanitarian issues using engineering and social interventions. He´s currently enrolled on the MIT Portugal PhD program in Sustainable Energy Systems and part of the EIT KIC InnoEnergy PhD school program. He holds a double degree from the Erasmus Mundus European Master’s program in Environomical Pathways for Sustainable Energy Systems (SELECT) from IST-Portugal and KTH-Sweden. He’s undertaken several projects and worked with several institutions and companies including University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), Glo Mobile Ghana, PowerTek Ghana Ltd, Keatron Ghana Ltd. and the Volta River Authority (Kpone Thermal Power Project-NSP). He’s also engaged in several voluntary and social works in the areas of health, education and environment. His research interests span across DSM strategies (energy efficiency and demand response); renewable energy technologies, energy economics & policies and thermo-economic analysis on power plants.