Madi Kaboré joined GGGI Burkina Faso as Senior Energy Associate. His role is to support the coordination of the KCEP-funded Cool Social Housing Energy Efficiency Project (C-SHEEP) in Burkina Faso. He will be responsible for driving the consolidation of energy-efficient cooling solutions in consultation with stakeholders. This includes conducting required assessments, consolidating best practices and experiences on active (MEPS) and passive cooling in Burkina Faso and the region.
Prior to joining GGGI, he was a research fellow at the Energy Department of the Research Institute of Applied Science and Technology (CNRST-IRSAT). There, he developed research focused on the energy and quality aspects of the built environment, renewable energy (Solar and Biomass), and Energy analysis.
Prior, he worked on the topics of Energy Efficiency, Passive cooling, Urban Heat Island, and climate change with the SOPREMA Group R&D department and La Rochelle University. He also worked as a Mechanical and renewable energy engineer for companies in Mali and Burkina Faso, participating in energy and HVAC systems design and installation. He had more than 10 years of experience conducting R&D in the field of energy and the Built environment, Design and installation of energy and renewable energy systems, and training.
Madi Kaboré is EDGE Expert certified. He holds an MSc. in Energy and Industrial Processes at 2iE and a Ph.D. in Energy and Building Sciences at the University of Grenoble Alpes (France). He holds a certificate in project management from ISMANS.