Sarah Rosenberg-Jansen

Sarah is the Head of Humanitarian Energy for Practical Action, leading humanitarian energy work across several countries including Rwanda, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Jordan, and Nepal. Sarah has over 12 years’ experience as an energy professional, focusing on: renewable energy technologies, energy access, development and humanitarian policy, she also has knowledge on climate change, disaster risk response, resilience, preparedness, and social protection for marginalised communities. Sarah has also worked across a range of renewable energy and regulatory technical issues for Imperial College London, the Climate Policy Initiative, and the University of Cambridge. Sarah researches renewable energy transitions and socio-technical networks at the University of Oxford and is a published academic as well as a senior practitioner within the humanitarian energy sector.


The research leading to these results has received funding from the EPSRC Global Challenges Research Fund under grant agreement n° EP/P029531/1.
| The research presented in this website has undergone ethical approval at Coventry University reference: P61091.