Nikoleta has wide networks and broad experience across the UK and European energy landscape, with a particular focus on hydrogen and fuel cells. As Knowledge Transfer Manager – Energy & Infrastructure, Nikoleta covers interconnected sectors such as renewables coupled with energy storage, linking across to future transport systems and the associated infrastructure.
Prior to joining KTN, Nikoleta worked for 7 years at Synnogy, where she supported the management of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) – the UK’s stand-alone industry body for the sector. Nikoleta has authored submissions on a wide range of consultations on topics such as low carbon heat, clean growth targets, air quality etc. and co-authored various reports for clients such as the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) in the US. Nikoleta holds a BSc in International and European Economic Studies and an MSc in Energy, Environmental Technologies and Economics.