Ibrahim Togola is an engineer and economist with over 17 years of experience working in Africa for public, private and non-profit organisations on project development, monitoring & evaluation, policy on renewable energy, climate, water, environmental and financial issues.
He has implemented many projects for the European Union, World Bank, UNDP, KFW and national governments to overcome the barriers facing access to sustainable and modern energy services in Africa.
He is the Chairman and Founder of Mali Folkecenter (MFC), which aims to increase awareness and use of renewable energy, climate change and sustainable development.
He is one of the pionners in Renewable Energy development and businesses in Africa with several projects operating on the ground, especially on solar PV both with grid connected and decentralized mini-grid as well as off-grid solar home systems.
He is one of the most active in agribusiness sector in Mali and Africa.