Basim Al Musallam | Supervision Section Head Design And Supervision Department
Ministry of Electricity and Water | Kuwait

Basim Al Musallam, Supervision Section Head Design And Supervision Department, Ministry of Electricity and Water

Eng Basim Al Musallam
Ministry of Electricity & Water
Supervision Section Head
Design & Supervision Department


Joined MEW at 2006 and been working on design and supervision of ministry projects with speciality on low voltage till 2012 and an expert on photovoltaic since 2013

MEW RE Specialist - Working on grid tied PV systems since 2013

Lead designer of multiple PV projects ranging from 50kWp to 30MWp

MEW representative at governmental RE committees (Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research, Kuwait Foundation for Advancement of Science, Ministry of Education, Kuwait Oil Company, Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Petrochemical Industries Company, Ministry of Interior)

Kuwait representative at Arab Countries League for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and GCC Renewable Energy Committee

Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering from Kuwait University at 2004
Master in Business Administration from Kuwait Maastricht Business School at 2012

Photovoltaic Power Forecasting Model Based on Nonlinear System Identification
Jun 1, 2016  Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Investigating Electronic Word-of-Mouth Motivations in the Middle East: Twitter as Medium and Message
Jul 1, 2014  Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations


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last published: 13/Jan/19 08:35 GMT

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