Dr Mutale is a Reader and Director of Social Responsibility in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. Prior to joining The University of Manchester in 2002, Dr Mutale spent over 15 years in the electric utility industry in Zambia where his last post was Director of Engineering Development at ZESCO, the Zambian National Utility. He is a founding member of the Zambia Renewable Energy Agency, for which he is the current Chairman. He also chairs the IEEE Working Group on Sustainable Energy Systems for Developing Communities and is a member of the CIGRE Advisory Group on Rural Electrification. He is also the Director of the Education Partnerships in Africa Project in Zambia.
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