Doris Agbevivi is an energy economist with over five years of experience in the Ghana energy sector committed to promoting sustainable development in Ghana and beyond. Her areas of experience include mainstreaming Sustainable Development Goals, promoting sustainable energy initiatives, conducting research, electricity planning and forecasting, informing energy policy through preparation of energy sector outlook for both electricity and petroleum, financial, economic analysis and household energy use patterns. She has spent the last three years of her professional career working with the Energy Commission in mainstreaming and promoting the SDGs, contributing to technical research, project implementation and informing policymaking in Ghana and beyond. She is currently coordinating the Drive Electric Initiative in Ghana; an initiative being spear headed by the Energy Commission to help Ghana create productive use of electricity while ushering in an era of green energy. Doris holds a masters in Energy Economics from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.