Developed for the UN by Denim D'costa
Solar systems with batteries for developing countries
In the scope of the Master's course "Power Engineering", he developed his project at the Chair of Energy Economy and Application Technology – in cooperation with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). The UN is now working on the implementation of the results in more than 300 humanitarian locations worldwide. The first will be launched in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
Second Master's course: Management
In 2018, Denim D'costa – who is 29 years old and grew up in India – was honored with a sponsorship award by the Bavarian solar energy association "Solarenergieförderverein Bayern e.V." for his Master's thesis, endowed with 1,500 EUR. Meanwhile, he has started his second Master's course: D'costa is now a student of Management at the TUM School of Management and also looking forward to the job opportunities along with volunteering for humanitarian projects.
Meanwhile, he has started his second Master's course: D'costa is now a student of Management at the TUM School of Management. The Süddeutsche Zeitung recently published a detailed report about him and his unusual life story – under the title "Light for Moodbidri".