Tomas Kralik

Title: Analysis of biomass potential development in the Czech Republic in relation to landscape functions


Dr Tomas Kralik is a member of a research group dealing with economic and regulatory issues in the energy sector. This group works at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague and cooperates with various research activities with a wide range of national and international partners. The current research focus of Dr Kralik is both biomass utilization with a special focus on meeting national targets in RES targets and implementation of the European Union climate and energy package for 2030 in national strategic energy plans. He also specializes in the research of lignocellulosic crops for production biomass for energy purposes, focusing in particular on the economic assessment of these crops and the determination of biomass potential.

Research Interest

energy  economics, RES, energy regulation

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