Essam Elnagar

Believe you can and you’re halfway there. Theodore Roosevelt

Essam joined BPIE in September 2023 as a Data analyst.

Bringing with him a deep understanding of climate change mitigation strategies in the building sector, Essam firmly believes that effective strategies in the building sector can play a pivotal role in achieving sustainability goals. For instance, he envisions leveraging advanced data analytics to optimize energy consumption patterns in buildings, contributing to substantial reductions in carbon emissions.

Hailing from Egypt, Essam began with a degree in Electrical Engineering, but his passion for energy prompted him to pursue a Master’s in Energy Engineering at TU Berlin. His dedication was rewarded with a DAAD fellowship, allowing him to research technology sets in nearly zero-energy buildings at Fraunhofer-ISE in Freiburg, Germany.

Prior to joining BPIE, Essam conducted his doctoral research at the University of Liège in Belgium, focusing on the intricate relationship between climate change and the energy performance of buildings and their impact on the electricity grid. His research not only addressed technical aspects but also delved into the broader implications for the built environment in Belgium.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Essam’s commitment extends to community engagement. He actively serves as a Board member at EIT Climate-KIC alumni and holds the role of Belgium Country representative in YES-EUROPE.

In his free time, Essam is playing football or exploring new places with his camera and drone.

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