Session 1 - Construction
Professor at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences of the National University of Mongolia.
Dr.Namjil Enebish has received his BA and MS degrees in Semiconductor Physics from Sankt Peterburg’s Electrotechnical University of Russia in 1978 and Doctoral Degree in Physics and Mathematics from Institute of Automation & Control Processes, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia in 1994 for his fundamental research on semiconductor silicon surfaces and nanostructures. In 1978 he joined the Solid State Physics Department of the Institute of Physics and Technology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. For period 1978-1994 he has performed number of remarkable research achievements in solar cells research using mono-and polycrystalline silicon and EFG-ribbon silicon materials, which was greatly contributed in the development of solar photovoltaic applications in Mongolia.
From 1994 to 2012, he served in numerous senior level positions at the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy of Mongolia and National Renewable Energy Centre and has made many key contributions to the promotion of the renewable energy applications in Mongolia, such as preparing and implementing of the “100000 Solar Home System” National Program, National Renewable Energy program of Mongolia and Renewable Energy Law of Mongolia.
From 2010 to 2013 he has worked as Senior Renewable Energy Technology R&D analyst at Bonn-based Innovation and Technology Centre of the International Renewable Energy Agency in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
He is the author of the over 150 technical and research papers and books on semiconductor silicon surfaces and nanostructures, as well as in various aspects of the renewable energy technology development. He has been a member of International Advisory Committee for World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC) since 1999, and International Photovoltaic Science and Engineering Conferences (PVSEC) since 2006. He is a professional silver member of the International Solar Energy Society and the Energy Watch Group, which is a global network of scientists and parliamentarians that conducts research and publishes independent studies and analyses on global energy developments. Since 1999 he has been a member of the IEA PVPS Task 8: Study of the Very Large Scale Solar PV Power Generation system in desert, and he co-authored a series books on “Energy from the Desert”, which were published by James and James.
Dr.Namjil Enebish has been developed and hundreds of PV systems have been installed, including 1st pioneering 10MW PV plant in Darkhan city, Mongolia and experienced in both grid-connected and off-grid PV technologies.
His current interest is directed to the research on establishing large scale Solar power plants in Mongolia and Northeast Asian Supergrid research, which represents the idea of producing clean energy from renewable energy sources in the Gobi Desert and deliver the produced energy to the Northeast Asian countries with a high demand of energy.