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Student Energy at the University of the West Indies is a new club that aims to educate and empower our youth on energy topics in Trinidad and Tobago. While Trinidad and Tobago is a major exporter of petroleum and natural gas and is thereby an energy-based economy, our chapter will be an educational platform to educate our audience on the energy transition towards a sustainable energy future.  



Student Energy at the University of the West Indies seeks to provide an inclusive educational setting for students of the University of the West Indies to explore topics on energy and the environment and contribute to projects that reinforce sustainable energy solutions while educating the public. We will accomplish our mission through a focus on action-oriented projects, educational platforms, networking, and skill-development workshops.


The Team:


Vaughn-Xavier Jameer


Executive Vice President

Melissa Boodoo


Marketing team

Vice President:

Kristy Seelal


Chivaughn Charles


faculty relations team

Vice President:

Marcus Goring


Delezia Singh (Faculty of Science and Technology)

Karishma Coobal (Faculty of Humanities and Education)


Finances team

Vice President:

Briana Beharry


Events Team:

Vice President



Yanik Yearwood


Internal relations:

Vice president:

Dillon Ramadin



Christianne Zakour


We are currently recruiting for the executive team of 2010/20. If you are interested, please be sure to contact us! The available positions are:

  • Executive vice-president
    Vice President of Events
    Vice President of Faculty Relations
    Vice President OF SPONSORSHIP

  • Lead positions


Join the movement:

We are currently restructuring membership and our constitution. If you are interested in becoming a member, please send us an email or complete this form and we will contact you once we are ready. We are hoping to re-launch this feature in June 2019.

There are two types of memberships with our chapter: #Enernerds and Energy Enthusiasts.

#Enernerds will have full access to all opportunities offered by our chapter and is only offered to post-secondary students. It comes at a fee of $20.00 which can be paid by semester ($10.00 / semester).

Click here to register as an #Enernerd.

Energy Enthusiasts is offered those persons who are not eligible to be part of the chapter but would like to be involved, for instance, secondary school students. Persons simply wanting to be part of the mailing list must register as an Energy Enthusiast.

Click here to register as an Energy Enthusiast.



#SES2019 International Student Energy Summit 2019 

Registration is: open!

The International Student Energy Summit is a global forum that focuses on the role students will play in defining our sustainable energy future. The Student Energy Summit is a biannual event which occurs in different cities around the world and was first run in 2009 being Student Energy's longest running program.

The summit targets international, multidisciplinary post-secondary students in undergraduate and graduate studies in energy. It is one of the most innovative, inspiring energy summit's taking place in the world and is the most globally diverse university conference on energy.

Student Energy Summit will be hosted in London, UK from July 17th to 20th this year. Pre-registration is currently open which provides you with updates on the progress of the summit. Registration is expected to open in early 2019 so keep an eye out for updates!

We are pleased to announce that registrations for the International Student Energy Summit 2019 are now OPEN.

If you are passionate about ENERGY, if you are curious, if you want to be a game changer, do not miss the opportunity to meet like-minded students from around the world and APPLY NOW

Bursaries will be available to our #Enernerds

Registered for the International Student Energy Summit?
Join our WhatsApp chat!




Mina Guli had set out to run 100 marathons in 100 days for the global water crisis but due to an injury, she is no longer able to complete this marathon on her own. The global community has since been helping Mina complete her mission by running every day.

Our chapter helped her run 673.26 KM over 5 days and on her global running day, we ran for 124.55 KM. Mina created a list highlighting 100 community water heroes and we were one of these heroes!