Tanja Winther is a Power Engineer (MSc) and Social Anthropologist (PhD). In her research on energy she has worked closely with economists, psychologists, engineers and political scientists. Her work centres on the social dimensions of energy, spanning from the social and gendered impacts of introducing electricity in new contexts to sustainable energy consumption. She has done fieldwork in Zanzibar/Tanzania, Kenya, Malawi, India and Norway.
Positions: Board member at EnPe, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)