Dejan Stojadinovic is a Serbian economist with 20 years’ experience in the fields of energy policy, renewable energy and energy efficiency. From 2008 to 2011, he served as Assistant Minister for Renewable Energy Sources in Serbia’s Ministry of Mining and Energy. In this role, he was responsible for the establishment of Serbia’s national renewable energy policy, including the country’s Biomass Action Plan. He was also a member of the Renewable Energy Task Force of the Energy Community, where he was involved in the development of renewable energy policy across south-east Europe, and the process of setting renewable energy targets for Member States leading up to 2020.
Over the last seven years, Dejan has concentrated on international projects funded by the EU, EBRD and UNDP, primarily in the field of renewable energy. Dejan has strong knowledge in the evaluation and formulation of energy policies and action plans across the Balkans. He is currently managing the World Bank-funded project “Sector study on biomass-based heating in the Western Balkans”.