The project “Low Carbon Ukraine” is implemented by BE Berlin Economics GmbH. Since 2006, Berlin Economics has been advising high-level decision-makers in ministries and other national institutions in emerging and transitioning countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Dr. Georg Zachmann is the project leader of “Low Carbon Ukraine”. He has been with Berlin Economics since its foundation. His consulting work focusses on the energy economy.
Robert Kirchner has been an authorized representative of Berlin Economics since 2007, he is the Deputy Director of the policy advice project and Coordinator of projects in Ukraine, including the project Low Carbon Ukraine.
Denis Kletzel has been a project manager on energy economics issues in the project “Advising Ukrainian Decision Makers on Low Emission Policy Paths”, funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), since 2021.
Ina Rumiantseva joined Berlin Economics in 2019 as project manager for Low Carbon Ukraine. She has been working as head of department Belarus, Ukraine and Southern Caucasus for the German Eastern Business Association (OAOEV).
Dr. Frank Meißner
Dr. Frank Meissner works as a consultant on energy issues for LCU. His activities focus on renewable energies, clean tech, energy efficiency, mobility, green business models, climate and environmental policy and environmental economics.
Clemens Stiewe joined Berlin Economics in 2018 and has since been working as an analyst in the project Low Carbon Ukraine.
Rouven Stubbe joined Berlin Economics in 2021 and works as an Analyst in the Low Carbon Ukraine project.
Manuel von Mettenheim
Manuel von Mettenheim has been working for Berlin Economics since 2020 as an analyst in the project Low Carbon Ukraine.
Lukas Feldhaus joined Berlin Economics in 2020 and works as an analyst for Low Carbon Ukraine. Throughout grad school, he focused on energy markets, financing sustainable infrastructure in emerging economies and on security politics.
Ilona Kaiser joined Berlin Economics in 2011, and is responsible for the financial accounting and human resource management. Since 2019, she has been an authorized representative of Berlin Economics.
Yanina Valasach joined Berlin Economics in 2019 as a project assistant in government consulting and in the project Low Carbon Ukraine.