Maša Mlinarič is an Energy Services Assistant at GEN-I, one of the fastest growing and most innovative companies on the European energy market, where she started her work as a researcher on several research projects in the fields of energy communities, electro mobility and Tourism 4.0.
She completed her studies in Environmental Sciences at University of Nova Gorica. She first met with the field of energy twelve years ago at the Institute for researches in Economics, Ecology and Technology, where she gained rich experience in the field of research, analysis and comparative benchmark analysis. Her main research interests are environmental, energy and climate economics, behavioural environmental economics, energy conservation in the residential sector, as well as reduced energy consumption in homes. Furthermore, she is interested in innovation and "transition" processes as well as community development.
Energy conservation in the residential sector; behavioural environmental economics; research project management.
Our-Energy knowledge areas
- Energy conservation and demand response