Chioma Ihuoma Adiele is an Expert in Electrical Engineering with experience in the design and assembly of low voltage electrical panel catering to the power sector, construction and building sector, and the oil and gas industry.
Currently, she is pursuing a master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Management in Europa Universität Flensburg, Germany.
Her interests are in using energy as a tool to build a sustainable world. Taking a cue from the first law of thermodynamics which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed in a system, only transformed from one form to the other.
This shows that energy in whatever form is a dynamic commodity, that can be explored to provide solutions to current world issues.
She would, however, like to focus on energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy to provide access to electricity in Nigeria and mitigate climate change.
In her leisure time, she likes singing, travelling, dancing and meeting new people to gain a different perspective and insight into life from other cultures.
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Pure Energy Centre note on Chioma Ihuoma Adiele
At the Pure Energy Centre, Ms. Chioma Ihuoma Adiele participated in a training course on hydrogen technologies.
She then applied the knowledge she acquired from both her engineering background and the hydrogen training to investigate how a community can get involved in hydrogen activities. She also investigated the production of hydrogen derivatives such as Ammonia.
The findings of the work Chioma did was then used to produce a pre-feasibility study ammonia energy storage.
She also worked as part of a team on investigating the possibility of implementing a hydrogen economy on an island setup.
Chioma is charismatic and always try to find solutions to problems as they occur.
She has the ability to explain difficult problems in simple words and is also able to focus to deliver tasks in a timely manner.
At the Pure Energy Centre, we are proud to have had Mr. Chioma Ihuoma Adiele from Nigeria onboard.
We hope that Chioma will be able to apply hydrogen technologies in her home country and develop hydrogen West Africa as well as renewable hydrogen in Africa as a whole.