Zeljana Grulovic specialised in energy and climate policy during her studies at the Hertie School. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University in Australia and spent an exchange semester at Sciences Po Paris. Prior to joining the Hertie School, she gained several years of professional experience in business consulting and is a qualified accountant. Whilst completing her studies in Berlin, she also worked with endeva, a consultancy accelerating entrepreneurial solutions for development and as a Research Assistant at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change. Zeljana is passionate about clean energy and the role of policy instruments in the transition towards a sustainable economy.
Master's thesis title
Hybrid renewables: Do they offer economic benefits over stand-alone renewable plants?