Adjunct Fellow, Pan-Atlantic University
Mr Edomah is currently a PhD researcher and a member of the Consumption & Change Research Group at the Global Sustainability Institute (GSI), Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom. His current research focuses on “investigating the influences underlying past changes in energy supply infrastructures” through studying the relationship/interconnections between energy infrastructure provisions and policy making with specific focus on the Nigerian case. He leads sessions in: business mathematics, quantitative reasoning, and statistics at the School of Business Administration. He obtained the NVQ level 6 and Licentiate in Engineering, as well as the NVQ level 7 Masters in Engineering Management from the City and Guilds of London Institute, United Kingdom.
His expertise is in energy research and sustainability. His area of specialty is in energy research with specific focus on energy demand management, energy security, energy economics, energy conservation/efficiency, and energy transitions. Prior to joining the PAU, he has worked in industry for over 10-years with leading organizations such as Tetra-Pak Group and Schneider Electric. During his career in industry, he was very much involved in business development for engineering/technology services and solutions within the West African region.
Mr Edomah is currently on the executive board of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Europe, Middle East and Africa Communities Committee (EMEA-CC), as well as the Young Professionals Communities Committee (YPCC) of the same body. He is a registered Incorporated Engineer with the Engineering Council, UK, as well as a reviewer to some academic journals.
Selected publications and conferences
Norbert Edomah (2015). An analysis of the techno-economic dynamics of energy infrastructure investment and energy demand. International Energy Journal. Regional Energy Resources Information Centre, Asian Institute of Technology. (Paper accepted, to be published soon).
N. Edomah, and S. Nwaubani (2014) Energy Security challenges in developing African mega cities: the Lagos experience. Special interest publication on “Infrastructure Risk and Resilience: Managing Complexity and Uncertainty in Developing Cities”. Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET). UK. Pg. 4 – 12. ISBN 978-1-84919.
Norbert Edomah (2013). Optimizing Energy Consumption in Industrial Plants through Effective Energy Monitoring & Targeting. International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET). Centre of Professional Research Publications, UK. Vol. 3, No.7, ISSN 20493444.
Norbert Edomah (2012). Economic Implications of Poor Power Quality. Journal of Energy & Power Engineering (JEPE). David Publishing. Vol. 6, No. 4. ISSN1934-8975 (print), ISSN 1934-7367 (online).
Norbert Edomah (2009). Effects of Voltage Sag, Swell, and other disturbances on Electrical Equipment and their Economic implications. Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED) Prague, Czech Republic – June 8, 2009. Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET). Online – ISSN 0537-9989. Print ISBN: 978-1-84919126-5.
Norbert Edomah (2015). Sustainable energy development in Nigeria: barriers and role of public policy 2nd Global Sustainability Research Conference, 26th January, 2015. Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK.