The EAH team discuss Nataliya’s plan for a green Ukraine, including working with the current government on the Hydrogen Road Map. We also get another example of incredible Ukrainian resilience and discuss its importance for the current and future energy system.
About Nataliya Katser-Buchkovska:
Following a career in the private and public sector, Nataliya is the Founder of the Ukrainian Sustainable Fund. First, she headed the Corporate and Investment Department of DeVision Group at B&S Holding and then became Managing Partner of KCG Investment Consulting providing corporate and investment consulting on energy projects and sustainable development. Nataliya became a Member of the Ukrainian Parliament, VIII Convocation in 2014, and was appointed to the Committee on Fuel and Energy, Nuclear Policy, and Nuclear Safety and she was Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Sustainable Development, Strategy, and Investment.
In 2019, Nataliya founded the Ukrainian Sustainable Fund aimed at accelerating Ukraine’s renewable energy transition and bridging the gap between Ukrainian sustainable projects and leading international Green Institutions including renewables and hydrogen projects in the portfolio and pipeline.
Nataliya is an Atlantic Council Millennium Fellow, a member of the Aspen community, and a Member of the National Commission for Attracting Investments in Gas Production (nine PSA competitions for the development of strategic fields in Ukraine). She co-authored systemic economic and energy laws on natural gas and electricity markets, the regulation of energy services markets, unbundling of “Naftogaz”, protection of economic competition, and ensuring transparency of the AMCU.
Nataliya holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Law from Ivan Franko Lviv National University, a Masters Degree in Law and Economics from University College London, and an Executive Certificate in Public Policy, a two-year Executive Course at Harvard Kennedy School.
Nataliya is a well-known author and analyst on energy security, diplomacy, and sustainable development. She has had more than 30 articles published by the Financial Times, Newsweek, World Economic Forum, Atlantic Council, and KyivPost and has been cited by the BBC, Bloomberg, and Forbes.
Nataliya on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/katserbuchkovska
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