Last edited: 15 March 2018
Isabella Troconis is an international development professional who since 2012 has worked in developing, implementing and evaluating renewable energy, social entrepreneurship and humanitarian projects. In 2017, she carried out a business development project on access to off-grid energy systems in Uganda and conducted research on solar cookers and women's energy behaviors in refugee camps in Burkina Faso. Isabella has worked and collaborated with organizations, such as the Organisation of American States, World Bank, and United Nations as well as startups in Europe, the Americas and Africa. She holds an Msc in Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
For more information, visit her LinkedIn profile.
- January 2018: The Broken Promise of Solar Cooking? The Case of Goidoubo Refugee Camp - Isabella Troconis