Prosper Amuquandoh is a trained Theoretical Physicist, Mathematician, and Computer Scientist. He graduated from the University of Ghana in 2006 with First Class
Honours in Physics and Computer Science. His has also carried out graduate studies (from 2008 to 2012) in Theoretical Physics and Condensed Matter Physics,
respectively, at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics and the University of Trieste, both in Italy. He is currently an Africa Initiative
forIGorvenace (AIG) Scholar and a student of Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.
Prosper is extremely accomplished having worked in the fields of Energy Engineering, Policy, and Regulations. He has also worked in Media and Communication,
International Trade Facilitation and Law Enforcement.
Prosper has been recognised with a number of awards, honours and fellowships for his professional impact and achievement. Notable among these is the Rising Star of the Year Award in
Ghana’s Energy Sector at the 2018 Ghana Energy Awards. In 2017, he was adjourned the highest achiever in Ghana’s energy sector under the age of 40, at Ghana’s maiden 40
Under Forty Awards Ceremony. In 2016, he was awarded the Mandela Washington Fellowship Award by President Barack Obama. In the same year, Prosper was a finalist for the
Future Energy Leader Award in West Africa, at the West African Power Industry Awards ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria. In 2015, he was named in the 'The 2015 Newaccra Achievers
Report’ as one of 30 Young Achievers in Ghana.