Dr. Daniel YAMEGUEU is an energy scientist especially in the area of renewable energies. He has a MSc and a Ph.D in energy Engineering. He is Assistant Professor at the International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE) since 2013. He has been the adjunct director of Education in charge of the Bachelor Degree (in 2014) and the head of Laboratory for Solar Energy and Energy Savings (LESEE) at 2iE (2014-2018). Dr. YAMEGUEU's research is actually mainly focused on solar PV and hybrid energy systems. In that framework, he has been the general coordinator of the project “flexy-energy” (production of sustainable decentralized electricity for rural and periurban areas of sub-Saharan Africa) from 2014 to 2018. That project was funded by the European Union commission (3 391 654 Euros) and consists of installing and monitoring two hybrid photovoltaic/diesel power plants in rural areas of Burkina Faso and Mali.Dr. YAMEGUEU Received in 2010, a research grant from the National Research center (CNRS) of France for his doctoral studies. He was invited in 2012 as lecturer at Centre for Sustainability (CENSUS), University of Hokkaido, Japan in the framework of the program “Education Course of Sustainability (ECOSUS) Aqua”. He was also invited in 2015 at Pennsylvania State University (PSU), USA for the conference “SOLAR 2015” organized by PSU and the American Solar Energy Society.Dr. YAMEGUEU has published many research papers in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings in the area of hybrid energy systems. He is the national representative of the African Network for Solar Energy (ANSOLE) in Burkina Faso since 2015.