Mr. Yonah Turinayo Karibwije

Turinayo Karibwije Yonah

 
Name:  Mr. Turinayo Yona K
Job Title:  Research Officer
Qualifications:  MSc. Ren. Energy, MSc. Environment, BSc. Industrial Chemistry
Expertise:  Bio-energy, Chemical Engineering, Bio-waste Management and Industrial Pollution Analysis
Research Interests  Designing and simulation of bio-energy systems (thermochemical and biochemical energy conversion technologies); Environmental implications of using renewable resources versus conventional resources for energy technology generation, Life cycle assessment for biofuels, and Industrial waste management

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Selected Publications:

 1.    Turinayo, Y. K. and Okure, M.A.E. (2017) ‘Techno-Economic Viability of Husk Powered Systems for Rural Electrification in Uganda: Part I: Sustainability and Power Potential Aspects’. In The Nexus Energy, Environment and Climate Change. In press

2.    Okure, M.A.E., Turinayo, Y.K. and Kucel S.B. (2017) ‘Techno-Economic Viability of Husk Powered Systems for Rural Electrification in Uganda: Part II: Economic and Policy Aspects’. In The Nexus Energy, Environment and Climate Change. In press.

3.    Turinayo Y.K., Kalanzi F., Mudoma J.M., Kiwuso P., Asiimwe G.M., Esegu J.F.O., Balitta P. and Mwanja C., (2015): ‘Physicochemical Characterization of Jatropha curcas Linn Oil for Bodiesel Production in Nebbi and Mokono Districts in Uganda’. Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems, 5, 104-113. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jsbs.2015.53010

4.    Kalanzi, F., Nansereko, S., Buyinza, J., Kiwuso, P., Turinayo, Y., Mwanja. C., Niyibizi, G., Ongerep, S., Sekatuba, J., Mujuni, D. (2015): Socio-economic analysis of beekeeping enterprise in communities adjacent to Kalinzu forest, Western Uganda. International Journal of Research on Land-use Sustainability, 2(1): 81-90.  DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2647.4329.

International conference papers

1. Yonah K. Turinayo, Mackay A. E. Okure, (2017), Techno-Economic Viability of Husk Powered Systems for Rural Electrification in
Uganda: Part I: Sustainability and Power Potential Aspects, International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change

2. Mackay A. E. Okure, Yonah K. Turinayo and Samuel B. Kucel, (2017), Techno-Economic Viability of Husk Powered Systems for Rural Electrification in
Uganda: Part II: Economic and Policy Aspects, International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change


3.    Turinayo Y.K, Okullo P., Kiwuso P., Agaba H. and Mujuni D. (2016) ‘Developing an energy saving technology for enhancing agro-waste carbonization and energy access to rural households’. National Agricultural Research Organisation – Makerere University Joint Agricultural Dissemination Conference, Speke Resort Munyonyo, Kampala, Uganda, 21st – 24th November 2016


4.    Turinayo, Y. K. and Okure, M.A.E. (2015) ‘Techno-Economic Viability of Husk Powered Systems for Rural Electrification in Uganda: Part I: Sustainability and Power Potential Aspects’. Proc. International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ICEECC), Le Meridien Hotel, Pointe aux Piments, Mauritius, 8th - 9th July 2015.


5.    Okure, M.A.E., Turinayo, Y.K. and Kucel S.B. (2015) ‘Techno-Economic Viability of Husk Powered Systems for Rural Electrification in Uganda: Part II: Economic and Policy Aspects’. Proc. International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ICEECC), Le Meridien Hotel, Pointe aux Piments, Mauritius, 8th - 9th July 2015.

6.    Abigaba G., Niyibizi G., Turinayo Y.K., Nansereko S. (2014) ‘Implications of fuelwood scarcity on livelihoods on rural communities of Nyarubuye Sub-County, Kisoro district, Uganda’. NARO Scientific Conference Proceedings
Theses

7.    Turinayo, Y.K. (2013). Impact of wastewater effluents from a sugar industry and a molasses based distillery on water quality of River Musamya in Lugazi, Uganda. Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (master's thesis). http://dspace.mak.ac.ug/handle/10570/3486


8.    Turinayo, Y.K. (2013). Techno-economic viability of husk powered systems application in Uganda (master's thesis).  http://196.43.133.123:8080/lib/item?id=chamo:321487&theme=maklib1

 

 



Technical reports


1.    Turinayo Y.K. 2016. Thermal performance of a box type solar cooker developed from wood and other locally available materials


2.    Turinayo Y.K. and Mudoma J.M. (2014). Performance characterization of improved biomass cook-stoves for monitoring household energy interventions in Uganda. NARO/NaFORRI, Kampala, Uganda.
3. Balitta P., Turinayo Y. K., Mudoma J. M., Kissa D. O., Kiwuso P., Kalanzi F. (2015). The Role of Forests in Climate Change Mitigation in Uganda

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