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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.

Lehotský discussed energy efficiency in Chortkiv, Ukraine

A meeting between representatives of city of Chortkiv and a researcher from the Czech Repubic took place in Chortkiv on 29th of May 2018. The meeting was attended by the city mayor Volodymyr Shmatko, city energy manager, energy experts, and other members of the city council.

Tomáš Vlček lectured in Novosibirsk

Tomáš Vlček delivered lectures to students of the English study program "Oil and Gas Management" at Novosibirsk State University in the Russian Federation between May 14 and May 18, 2018.

One week long intensive course was aimed at Russian interests in the energy sectors of countries of Central and Eastern Europe, and external business strategy of Russian state-owned nuclear energy enterprises.

Jirušek lectured in Kaunas, Lithuania

Martin Jirušek paid a short lecturing visit at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania.

In a series of lectures that took place between May 3 and May 4, Martin addressed issues of energy relations between Russia and European Union, and the interplay of foreign and energy policy in post-communist European countries.