Main Publications


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.

Professional Honors

2013 – winner of Ukrainian Energy Security Strategy Project


October 2014-present − member of Younger Generation Task Force Euro-Atlantic Security
September 2014 – December 2016 − associated fellow of DiXi Group (Ukrainian independent think-tank in energy field)

Area of Scientific Interest

Geopolitics of Energy in Europe, Transition to Sustainable Energy Security, Spatial Usage of Renewable Energy Sources

Project Summary

Sustainability of energy security is relative to problems of providing people with affordable, clean and sustainable energy, without political pressure energy exporting countries. Base of building sustainability and achieving sustainable energy security is at local level – in using renewables located within small area to provide neighboring consumers with energy, decrease environment pollution, decrease energy dependency from other countries and strengthen national energy security. Spatial usage renewables means choosing the best one alternative among all available options of using accessible energy sources to substitute used non-renewable energy sources or to cover the existing energy deficit (under the conditions of energy demand and prices for those variants realization compared to existing costs of energy supplying). The main aim of the project is to find the way for available biomass and other renewable energy sources usage together with non-renewable energy sources so that to decrease national and regional energy dependency with maximum of environmental and economic effects under certain regional conditions.


Previous Terms

Sep 01, 2015 — Jun 01, 2016: Fulbright-Kennan Institute Research Scholar