Dhilsha Jubair A
Research Associate, Clean Energy

Dhilsha Jubair A has over six years of experience in climate change mitigation and adaptation initiatives with a focus on demystifying technology, promoting green livelihoods, and capacity-building women in Asia, the Pacific, and Africa. Her work at NRDC India focuses on Distributed Renewable Energy technologies and its implementation in India’s villages.

Prior to joining NRDC India, she worked with Barefoot College as a Program Manager for clean energy access initiatives in Asia-Pacific and Africa focusing on solar electrification of households in remote villages, training women on design, fabrication, repair and maintenance of solar home lighting systems and establishing rural electronic workshops in the grassroots. She also worked as a Program Coordinator for health resilience initiatives in Rajasthan and Assam that focused on women's health and building health resilience to climate change at a community level through training village-level health leaders.

Dhilsha holds a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication from Government Engineering College, Thrissur, Kerala and a Masters in Climate Change, Development and Policy from the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

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