Mainstream Renewable Power is delighted to announce that Pule Segale, a member of its Cape Town team, has been selected to take part in the prestigious Future Energy Leaders’ Programme run by The World Energy Council (WEC). Every year, the World Energy Council selects 35 exceptional young professionals to join the group of 100 Future Energy Leaders from over ninety different countries across the globe.
The Programme – the FEL-100 is designed to identify, encourage and inspire the next generation of energy leaders, facilitating dialogue and discussion on critical developments in the energy sector.
Speaking about his participation in the Programme Pule said: “It is a privilege for me to be selected to be a member of the World Energy Council FEL-100 programme in 2017, it’s an opportunity to create a positive social impact through energy policy. I look forward to contributing to the World Energy Trilemma Working Group, which will be focusing on Decentralised Generation.”
Pule is a Civil Engineer with a focus in Renewable Energy and sustainable development. He has overseen the construction of two of Mainstream’s wind energy projects in South Africa. His efforts are currently directed at the broader African energy market, where he supports and leads on Mainstream’s asset delivery mandate to develop and construct Renewable Energy projects in West Africa.
He is an Alumni of the Brightest Young Minds organisation after being selected as one of 100 young leaders in Africa to attend the BYM summit in 2016, he is also a Subcommittee member in the “Project – Innovation” division of the organisation. He holds a Baccalaureus Scientia in Engineering from the University of Cape Town and is pursuing an MSc in Project Management at the same institution.