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Heroes who are Powering the future
Electricity is very important to our modern life on earth. We use electricity to power our light bulbs, televisions, computers, mobile devices. Because of the advent of electricity, machines can be automated to produce goods faster than manual power. in addition, people can venture into Space knowing that the control station is monitoring their progress every second.
In this STEM event, you will be learning more about how electricity is generated and how different engineers work together to ensure we do not have a blackout.
Topic: A day in the Power station
Date: Saturday, 24th July 2021
Time: 12:30 – 13:30 PM BST
Speaker: Wilson Moahyi
About the Speaker
Wilson Moahyi is a Planning Engineer with one of the leading Power Generating Companies, SSE, in Scotland based at Peterhead since November 2020. Prior to joining SSE, he worked in Zimbabwe as the Head of Planning and Outages Management for Zimbabwe’s largest Coal fired power station called Hwange Power Station for over 15 years.
He holds a BEng in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and an MBA from the National University of Science & Technology in Zimbabwe. He currently sits on the Advisory board to the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department at the National University of Science and Technology. Wilson is a registered professional Engineer with the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers and has held various leadership roles in the Institution at chapter level and board.
He is passionate about promoting engineering participation in transforming society in general. During his time in Zimbabwe, he worked extensively with schools and universities in promoting STEM.