Eng is a lecturer in built environment lecturing in building services engineering, renewable energy and sustainability as well as commercial construction technology. She is currently module leader for Applied Mathematics and Computing Applications (EG4030), Commercial Construction Technology (CE5104) and Sustainable Construction: Technology and Practice (CE7206) and also teaches across other different modules. She has a degree in quantity surveying (BSc hons.) and a PhD in energy and environmental engineering both from the University of Reading. She is also a fellow of the higher education academy (FHEA).
Eng's research interests covers a range of engineering technology applications such as characterisation of household electricity consumption; energy load monitoring; energy profiling; energy modelling; renewable energy; smart-grids; building performance simulation and optimisation. Eng is a Principal Investigator of the Innovate UK funded project SwanaSmartStore (https://twitter.com/SwanaSmartStore) which is aimed at delivering a clean, reliable and affordable energy solution to low-income households in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Lecture in Built Environment
My research is within the area of Energy Systems covering aspects of residential energy consumption trends, demand side management, energy load profiling, time use surveys, cluster analysis and energy demand modelling.
Wyllie, Jamalia O.Y., Essah, Emmanuel A. and Ofetotse, Eng L. (2018) Barriers of solar energy uptake and the potential for mitigation solutions in Barbados. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 91, pp. 935-949. ISSN (print) 1364-0321
Ofetotse, Eng L., Essah, Emmanuel A. and Yao, Runming (2015) Trends in domestic electricity consumption in Botswana. TMC Academic Journal, 9(2), pp. 83-104. ISSN (print) 1793-6020
Essah, Emmanuel A. and Ofetotse, Eng L. (2014) Energy supply, consumption and access dynamics in Botswana. Sustainable Cities and Society, 12, pp. 76-84. ISSN (print) 2210-6707
Ofetotse, Eng L. and Essah, Emmanuel A. (2012) Energy overview of Botswana : generation and consumption. In: West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference 2012; 24-26 Jul 2012, Abuja, Nigeria.