Dr Menyeh is a Research Associate on the Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) Programme. She works as the link researcher for Rwanda and Ghana and supports research on the behavioural workstream. She completed her PhD in Energy Economics at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee, Scotland. Her PhD involved the use of discrete choice modelling to study household investor preferences for renewable energy investments. In that period, she was involved in alternative finance research working with the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, the University of Cambridge and on the CrowdFundRes Horizon 2020 project, funded by the European Union.

Before her PhD, she worked as an Energy Consultant for SNV Netherlands Development Organisation in Accra, Ghana on various projects including clean cookstoves, climate innovation, REDD+ as well as other alternative livelihood improvement initiatives. 

With a background in energy economics (discrete choice modelling), environment and international development, Bridget has research interests in energy access (electricity and clean cooking), climate finance and stated preference research particularly household and consumer decision-making in energy.