Mohammed Dabbas

Mohammed Dabbas

Advisor for Energy Affairs at the Ministry of Energy in Jordan

He studied at the University of Manchester Institute for Science & Technology (UMIST-UK), where he received a M.Sc. degree in Environmental Technology in 1996,PostGraduateDiplomain 1993 & B.Scin Chemical Engineering fromthe Universityof Jordan in 1988. He was appointed in May 14th2015 as the “Ministers Advisor for Energy Affairs” at the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources in Jordan, in addition to being chosen as the Senior Advisor for the Arab Renewable Energy Commission (AREC).

Eng. Dabbas Won the “Prize of the Ideal Employee at the Civil Service Bureau for the year 2010”, this prize was based on a competition basis at the governmental level and a warded to him from H.E the Prime Minister of Jordan on April 9th 2011 at the Royal Cultural Center.

Also, He had been chosen in Feb.16th2010 among other governmental applicants to participate in the Public Servant Advanced Program/ Three Phases Training Program arranged in collaboration with the Royal Military Academy of Sand Hurst (RMAS)-UK & King Abdullah II Fund For Development (KAFD) in Jordan. This Program is Envisioned to Provide a Team of Senior Public Servants with a Strong Foundation of Content Knowledge, Management Talent & Skills.

Eng. Dabbasis presently the Minister’s Advisor for Energy Affairs at the Ministry of Energy in Jordan, the Senior Advisor to the Arab Renewable Energy Commission (AREC), and Executive Board Member of the World Renewable Energy Council (WREN/WREC) Brighton-UK; worked as an Advisor to the Balqa Applied University (BAU) for Energy Issues; and was the Chairman of Biofuel & Industrial Fuels Ministerial Committees at the Ministry of Energy until March 19th2017. He has been involved as an Energy & Environment Consultant to Jordan Lafarge Cement & Al-Rajhi Saudi Cement Manufacturing Plants in Jordan, He is a member of lots of Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Committees both nationally and internationally, and was representing the Government of Jordan as a member of the Energy Committee at the ESCWA for around three years, as well as inviting speaker for many International Conferences and Seminars.