European Commission - Belgium
Roman Doubrava graduated from the University of Economics in Bratislava and followed his studies on economics and politics of renewable energy at the Technical University of Salzburg. He worked as a consultant and director of the Energy Centre Bratislava, active in the field of sustainable energy, and managed number of local energy projects in Central and Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans. He was also actively involved in both Slovak and EU energy policy as member of advisory committees. In 2008, he joined the European Commission where he worked at DG Energy in the fields of energy efficiency policy and finance and as of September 2016, he became a Deputy Head of Unit in DG CLIMA responsible for low-carbon finance for innovation.