Since 2010, Rekik has worked extensively on renewable-energy and energy-efficiency programmes within both the development and private sectors.
Her experience covers team management, marketing strategy and implementation of solar, micro-hydroelectric and improved cook-stove projects, including distribution and installation of solar equipment. She is a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Electrical Engineering from Addis Ababa University, a board member of the Ethiopian Solar Energy Development Association (E-SEDA), an Acumen East Africa fellow and a Growth Africa Accelerate member.
Rekik's passion for expanding access to clean energy and creating job opportunities led her to establish Green Scene Energy PLC in 2016.
Since 2016, Mikiyas has worked on all aspects of Green Scene’s work, covering technical engineering and installations, logistical operations, sales and marketing. As Deputy Manager, Mikiyas now coordinates all day-to-day company operations, oversees all team members and manages company licensing while simultaneously managing multiple sales, installation and development projects. Mikiyas is a Bachelor of Science in Bio-System Engineering from Hawassa University.
Ezra (BA, Addis Ababa University) has over twenty years’ experience in finance and accounting, having worked in varying roles as Accountant, Head of Finance and Financial and Tax Advisor for diverse firms in the energy, tourism and engineering sectors.
Addis' incredibly broad legal experience includes a Bachelorhood of Law from Bahir Dar University, serving as Head of Law at Washera Broadview College, and senior legal advisory roles to the Federal Ministry of Justice, Ethiopian Shipping, Addis Ababa Road Traffic Management Authority and Wegagen Bank.
Co-founder of YenePay, a partner company to Green Scene, Ermias has worked on localised digital tools and Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) technology since 2011. He designs and streamlines Green Scene's mobile-payment platforms and provides all-round IT and web support.
Engidaw (MSc) has extensive experience with Debre Markos and Arba Minch Universities, having worked as Lecturer, Head of Department and Dean of Electrical and Computer Engineering at both universities. He has installed electrical projects, completed community service and worked closely with government staff. For the Sahay Solar Project, for example, Engidaw represented Arba Minch University while supporting Gamo Gofa Zone Administration.
Adept at working under pressure as part of a small and busy team, Eyerusalem is hardworking and versatile. Her responsibilities have expanded from cleaning and refreshment provision, in 2019, to undertaking delivery and collection of products, answering client enquiries, liaising between staff and stakeholders and representing the company at events. From these duties Eyerusalem has strengthened her interpersonal skills as well as developing excellent organizational skills, thorough knowledge of policies and procedures and good strategic planning.