Associate Fellow, Chatham House
Director of Energy Programme, Ukrainian Institute for the Future
Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
Head of Strategic Assessment Section, Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences
However, the transition to carbon neutrality also has several interlocking international relations, regional security and national resilience aspects.
- Would future energy flows from Russia, in the form of hydrogen, benefit the EU, or would they undermine its security, cohesion and competitiveness?
- How should the socio-economic (and by extension, national security) repercussions of decarbonisation in regions dominated by fossil fuels industry be addressed?
- How can greenwashing be avoided if the hydrogen produced from gas continues to dominate the market?