Cartland Richard

Assistant Lecturer

Ph.D. candidate at the University of Rwanda researching basically on solar photovoltaics and the possibility of mini-grid electrification
Holds a Master of Science in Renewable Energy (Solar Energy systems) at Makerere University
Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Technical Education (Electrical Engineering Option) from Kyambogo University
Holds a Diploma in Education (Physics and Mathematics) from ITEK
Holds a Certificate in computer proficiency fromKyambogo University
Has a vast experience in Secondary and Tertiary institution training


PhD Candidate (UR)

MSc. Renewable Energy (Mak)



Research Interests

Cartland Richard, Sendegeya Al-Mas, and Hakizimana Khan Jean de Dieu, “The Role of Mini-grids in Rural Electrification Programmes in Africa and beyond: ‘The State of Art Paper,’” J. Energy Power Eng., vol. 13, no. 12, pp. 436–454, 2019, doi: 10.17265/1934-8975/2019.12.002.

  1. Cartland, A. M. Sendegeya, and J. De DIeu Khan Hakizimana, “Analysis of the Development and Installations of Renewable Energy-based Mini-grids: Case study Uganda,” 2020 IEEE PES/IAS

Cartland, R., Sendegeya, A.-M., & Khan Hakizimana, J. de D. (2022). Socio-economic analysis of solar photovoltaic-based mini-grids in rural communities: A Ugandan case study. Journal of Energy in Southern Africa, 33(3), 36–50.


Cartland, R.; Sendegeya, A.-M.; de Dieu Khan Hakizimana, J. Performance Analysis of a Hybrid of Solar Photovoltaic, Genset, and Hydro of a Rural-Based Power Mini-Grid: Case Study of Kisiizi Hydro Power Mini-Grid, Uganda. Processes 2023, 11, 175.




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More Information

? Certificate in Computer proficiency from Kyambogo University
? Certificate of attendance in Entrepreneurship skills

? Access to research for Development and innovation (ARDI)
? Research for Health (Hinari)
? Online access to research on Environment (OARE)
? Power Engineering and Power Electronics by Lucas NULLE