Thursday, January 21, 2021

Slavica Robić

Slavica Robić
Slavica Robić is the Executive Director at DOOR. For over 14 years she has worked on numerous national and international energy-related projects in South-East Europe and the Western Balkans. Her main focus is using evidence-based advocacy for triggering changes in social and energy policy needed to effectively tackle energy poverty while ensuring just transition to the low-carbon society.

Giving enough recognition to energy poverty in the Western Balkans

Slavica Robic, Executive Director at DOOR, writes about energy poverty in the Western Balkans which face specific hardships due to historical and cultural determinants.

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