Dr Susann Stritzke is an Honorary Research Associate at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Prior to this she was a Research Associate in renewable energy at SSEE where she is focused on studying the impact of solar energy initiatives in Sub-Saharan Africa. Susann holds a Masters Degree in Political Science, Psychology and Law from the Technical University Dresden which has been complemented by studies at the Graduate Faculty of the New School University in New York. For her PhD in Political Science Susann performed an indepth analysis of parliamentary performance in Zambia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to her engagement, Susann has gained profound professional experience as an International Account Manager for the Technology Sector at a global corporation. She is also managing solar and hydro energy projects in South Africa and Zambia.
- Honorary Research Associate
- Batidzirai, B., Trotter, P.A., Brophy, A., Stritzke, S., Moyo, A., Twesigye, P., Puranasamriddhi, A. and Madhlopa, A. (2021) Towards people-private-public partnerships: An integrated community engagement model for capturing energy access needs. Energy Research and Social Science, 74. 101975.
- Stritzke, S. and Jain, P. (2021) The Sustainability of Decentralised Renewable Energy Projects in Developing Countries: Learning Lessons from Zambia. Energies, 14(13). 3757.
- Stritzke, S., Trotter, P.A. and Twesigye, P. (2020) Towards Responsive Energy Governance: Lessons from a Holistic Analysis of Energy Access in Uganda and Zambia. Energy Policy, 148(Part A). 111934.
- Kruger, W., Stritzke, S., and Trotter, P.A. (2019) De-risking solar auctions in sub-Saharan Africa - a comparison of site selection strategies in South Africa and Zambia. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 104: 429-438.
- Stritzke, S. (2018) Clean energy for all’: the implementation of Scaling Solar in Zambia. World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, 15(3): 214-225.
- Stritzke, S. (2018) Practical challenges of sustainable electrification in Africa. Workshop Final Report