Anastasiia Vereshchynska

Anastasiia  Vereshchynska

Anastasiia Vereshchynska is a Ukrainian policy analyst in the energy and climate sectors. As an analyst at Berlin Economics’ Low Carbon Ukraine project, she is engaged in policy consulting with high-level Ukrainian decision-makers in Ukraine on energy and climate policy issues.

 

After obtaining a law degree at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Anastasia worked in legal consulting at the EY Ukraine before pursuing a career in policy development and consulting. Since 2018 she was focusing on renewable energy, decarbonization and climate policies while working at the Ukrainian Parliament, and the Ukrainian Association of Renewable Energy and DiXi Group, a Ukrainian energy think tank.

During her EnerTracks Fellowship, Anastasiia will deep dive into decarbonization issues in industry and ways to replace fossil fuels with energy from renewable sources.

This week, the #Enertracks fellows visited the @Europarl_EN in #Brussels and learned about how political processes can help shape and push forward the energy transition. 🇧🇪 🇪🇺 pic.twitter.com/XuR5fMEcuB

"We need to stop hitting the snooze button on the energy transition." Great conversation in this episode of @WattMattersPod. @RegAssistProj @AgoraEW @FORESIGHTdk twitter.com/WattMattersPod…

This week, DNV’s CEO of Energy Systems Ditlev Engel joins Watt Matters to talk about energy systems thinking and why a holistic approach is needed to make the #energytransition happen. It was an enjoyable conversation. Listen here: bit.ly/3sM3nyU. pic.twitter.com/QTm8AqCYfb

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