Wilson Center Projects
Development of Spatial Renewable Energy Sources Usage For Sustainable Energy Security Strengthening
Andrian Prokip is the director of Energy Program at the Ukrainian Institute for the Future, an independent think tank in Kyiv, and serves as a Senior Associate at the Kennan Institute. He has scholarships in USA, received his PhD in 2010 and habilitation in 2019. On the regular basis, Dr. Prokip publishes op-eds in the US and EU tracking changes and reforms in the Ukrainian energy sector and general changes in the country as well.
Economic, Environmental and Organizational Principles of Renewables’ Spatial Energy Usage, Lviv, Ukraine, 2015, 337 p.
Strengthening of Energy Security: Past, Present, Future, Lviv, Ukraine, 2011, 153 p.
Environmental and Economic Assessment of Nonrenewable Recourses Substitution with Biomass, Lviv, Ukraine, 2010, 212 p.
2013 – Winner of Ukrainian Energy Security Strategy Project
October 2014-present − Member of Younger Generation Task Force Euro-Atlantic Security
Area of Scientific Interest
Geopolitics of Energy in Europe, Transition to Sustainable Energy Security, Spatial Usage of Renewable Energy Sources
Sep 01, 2015 — Jun 01, 2016: Fulbright-Kennan Institute Research Scholar