Minin contributed to Central European Day of Energy 2018

Nikita Minin contributed to the conference Central European Day of Energy 2018, which took place on November 5, 2018 in Brussels. The contribution was mainly based on co-authorship of the policy paper published by Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP).

Central European Day of Energy 2018 was organised by the Central Europe Energy Partners in cooperation with the European Commission (DG Energy), with the support of International Visegrad Fund and under the auspices of the Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Group, on November 5 in Brussels.

Tomáš Vlček lectured at summer school of nuclear engineering

Tomáš Vlček lectured at 11th summer school of nuclear engineering organized by Czech Nuclear Education Network together with project partners.

The summer school titled "Quo Vadis, Nuclear? The Future of Nuclear Energy" took place in hotel Nezarka in Novosedly nad Nezarkou. Tomáš Vlček lectured on the topic of Rosatom's business strategy.

CENERS team participated at ECPR General Conference 2018 in Hamburg

Almost all members of the CENERS team participated at the ECPR General Conference 2018 in Hamburg, Germany.

Jan Osička chaired together with Kacper Szulecki from University of Oslo a section titled "Energy Policy and Politics: Conceptual Challenges, Core Problems and Emerging Issues". The section contained 6 panels focusing on various issues of energy policy. Within that, he chaired a panel "Energy Justice and Equity: The Conceptual and Operational Perspectives". 

Ocelík presented research in Brisbane, Australia

Petr Ocelík presented findings of research project on policy network analysis of the Czech coal policy domain, researched in cooperation with the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, at the prestigious Sustainable Minerals Institute of the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.

The findings show a high degree of policy polarization and belief heterogeneity of the decision-making sector that prevent formulation of consistent energy transition strategy.

New paper of Minin and Vlček in Energy Strategy Reviews

Nikita Minin and Tomáš Vlček are authors of a new paper in Energy Strategy Reviews titled "Post-Fukushima performance of the major global nuclear technology providers".

Authors analyze the situation of the most important nuclear construction companies in the world and offer a detailed insight into the business strategy of Russian state enterprise Rosatom.

To access the paper, please follow this link.