MSc (Renewable Energy) University of Zimbabwe
HBScEd (Physics) Bindura University of Science Education.
DipEd (Science) Belvedere Teacher’s College (Harare).
Specialty: Renewable Energy
- Shonhiwa, C (2013). An assessment of biomass residue sustainably available for thermochemical conversation to energy in Zimbabwe. Biomass and Bioenergy 52, 131-138
- Masanganise, J., Mapuwei, T.W, Magodora. M., Shonhiwa, C. (2014). Climate predictions of the twenty first century based on skill selected global climate models. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 4(7), 1-13Shonhiwa, C. &
- Makaka, G. 2016. Concentrator Augmented Wind Turbinesâ€¯: A review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 59:1415â€“1418;
- Shonhiwa, C. 2013. An assessment of biomass residue sustainably available for thermochemical conversion to energy in Zimbabwe. Biomass and Bioenergy. 52:131â€“138;
- Shonhiwa, C. 2015. An Assessment of Wind Power Generation Potential for Margate Town in South Africa. International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering. 4(2):32;
- Shonhiwa, C., Song, Y. & Li, B. 2015. Numerical Simulation and Measurement of Temperature Distribution in Water-in-Glass Evacuated Solar Water Heater. Physical Science International Journal. 6(3):169â€“184;
- Shonhiwa, C., Makaka, G. & Munjeri, K. 2015. Estimation of Wind Power Potential of Six Sites in Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Physical Science International Journal. 6(4):209â€“218;
- Mukumba, P. & Shonhiwa, C. 2015. An Assessment of the Performance of a Biogas Digester When Insulated with Sawdust. International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering. 4(2):24;
- Masanganise, J., Mapuwei, T.W., Magodora, M. & Shonhiwa, C. 2014. Climate Predictions of the Twenty First Century Based on Skill Selected Global Climate Models. 4(7):1â€“13.
- The BiocharPlus project, which is funded by EU-ACP Cooperation -EuropeAid/133437/D/ACT/ACPTPS
- The main activities foreseen within the Biochar Plus project are:
Capacity building on biochar through participatory approach, dissemination, education/training and mainstreaming towards different target groups;
Back up the development of local value chains based on clean stove production, fuel and biochar, investment preparation of 2 biochar plants.
- The partners in this project are: Udine University (Italy): Starter (Italy); ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) (Cape Verde); ASA Initiative (Ghana); University of LomÃ© (Togo); CORD-SL (Sierra Leone); Jimma University (Ethiopia)
Associated Partners: African Union; UNIDO; Cornell University (USA)
– Trained various stakeholders to make Elsa stoves