Francesco Tonini wins CeTAmb award

Significant contribution in the field of technology analysis for sustainable development

Francesco Tonini, research fellow at the Department of Energy with a PhD in Energy and Nuclear Science and Technology, has been awarded the prestigious CeTAmb award by the University of Brescia.

His thesis, entitled "Complementing traditional cost-benefit analysis: SDGs-based evaluation tool for energy strategy analysis in Developing Countries", stood out for its innovative in-depth study and significant contribution in the field of analysis of technologies for sustainable development.

The award, promoted by the University of Brescia in collaboration with the ‘Centro di ricerca sulle Tecnologie appropriate per la gestione dell'Ambiente nei paesi a risorse limitate’ (Research Center on Appropriate Technologies for Environmental Management in Countries with Limited Resources) (CeTAmb) and with the financial support of foundations such as Cogeme ETS, Museke, Sipec and Tovini in Brescia, recognizes excellence in degree and doctoral theses that deal with environmental management in contexts with limited resources.

Tonini said:

I am honoured to receive this award and to be able to share my research in the context of the CeTAmb Conference. My thesis reflects my commitment to finding innovative solutions to address energy challenges in developing countries, thus contributing to a more sustainable and equitable future.

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