Amadou KANE was born on January 05, 1973 in Agnam Civol in the region of Matam in Senegal.
I have a PhD in Physics specialized in Solar, Materials and systems with proven capabilities and strong expertise in energy storage, thermal solar power plants, solar and renewable energy. I am a consultant at UCAD and UADB in charge of socio-economic aspects of energy, solar thermal power plants and energy storage.
I am also a graduate of Advanced Studies in Applied Energy Physics; I evaluated the environmental impact of wastewater in Senelec's energy production units using BOD5, COD, Kjeldahl nitrogen and suspended solids. I also studied the treatment of water in demineralized water stations. As Electromechanical Engineer of Design, I studied the technical losses in Senelec's distribution networks and proposed solutions to improve network quality.
I hold a Certificate of Aptitude in Secondary Education Physics and Chemistry; I taught at the high school level.
I had to manage the Senelec training and professional development center where I was in charge of the development of the specifications, the organization of the training actions, the improvement and / or the adaptation of the staff.
I have been leading the capacity building project for West African power pool (WAPP) member companies for three years.
I also hold a Master's degree in Physics and Chemistry
During 12 years of career in the Sales Department, I participated in the update of the commercial procedures, elaborated business practices made dashboards for the monitoring of the performance indicators and as trainer made documents for the training Staff.
I also have the implementation of Senelec's new fee schedule in the CIS in 2008.
As the demand management coordinator at the Permanent Secretariat for Energy, I am in charge of the follow-up of the projects, the technical study of the spontaneous offers in the energy sector and I am in relation with the sub-regional organizations like OMVS and OMVG in the field of hydropower.