Sylvere Hategekimana

Industrial doctoral student, Technology Management and Economics

Industrial doctoral student at the Division of Environmental Systems Analysis, at the Department of Technology Management and Economics
Sylvère research is about the spatial dimensions of renewable energy transition in East Africa. As a contribution to energy geography, it focuses particularly on the relationships between the spatial expansion of modern energy systems and rural transformation. Empirically, the research analyses the relationships between the location of modern energy systems and rural transformation by the modernization of the dairy value chain. In addition, it explores the role of this expansion on changes in landscape, territory and territoriality, governance, and power relations in Rwanda. Sylvère teaches at the University of Rwanda in the Department of Geography and Urban Planning. Before joining the University of Rwanda, he worked at the National Industrial Research and Development Agency (NIRDA).


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