About Dakoury Godo-Solo

Dakoury Godo-Solo

Project Manager, Electric Vehicle Charging Systems


Areas of expertise:

Transportation electrification, charging infrastructure and resilience.


Dakoury works at the intersection of the grid and vehicle electrification. More specifically, Dakoury focuses on ensuring the regulatory and policy reform needed to prepare the grid to accommodate medium and heavy-duty charging loads in a timely fashion. Some of the crucial parts of his work include writing regulatory comments, conducting research and advocating for charging infrastructure related best practices.


Prior to joining EDF, Dakoury was selected to be a Clean Energy Fellow as part of the RAY Fellowship Program. As a Clean Energy fellow working at the Electrification Coalition, Dakoury supported EV-friendly policy efforts in a variety of states, researched the resilience potential of school buses and helped coordinate a business council with leading businesses in the EV space.

As an intern at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies office, Dakoury researched the intersection of energy efficiency and resilience. After the internship concluded, Dakoury coauthored a paper selected for ACEEE’s 2020 Summer Study Conference examining the nexus of energy efficiency and resiliency technologies in buildings.


B.S., Environmental Science, American University, Washington DC

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