Anastasia is currently working as a Finance Analyst in the energy sector. She focuses on improving process efficiency and reducing costs. Her previous experience includes working as a management consultant, where she delivered various strategy and process improvement projects in the energy industry in Russia and Kazakhstan. Anastasia holds the BSc degree in Economics from the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, and an MSc in Business Strategy from the University of Amsterdam. She strives to combine her industry experience with behavioral economics insights to analyze how governments, companies, and consumers can enable the transition to sustainable energy.
Overwhelmed by Choice (2/2): Prosumers and Green Energy
In a similar way to standard energy consumers, behavioral tendencies can be leveraged to promote green energy use in the energy prosumer market.
Overwhelmed by Choice (1/2): Consumers and Green Energy
The "bandwagon effect" can be leveraged to help turn more communities toward greener energy sources.
CO2 Out Of Sight, Not Out Of Mind: Carbon Capture and Storage Risks
There might be a surprising solution to global warming, one which lies deep underground.