Tutana Kvaratskhelia

Tutana Kvaratskhelia is a senior energy policy analyst with more than 7 years of experience in energy policy research and analysis. During her career, she has focused on energy poverty and energy transition in Eastern Partnership member countries, including challenges related to access to clean, secure, and affordable energy sources, protection of consumer rights, and related issues in the broader context of transition to a green economy. She has worked on the draft National Energy Policy Document of Georgia, the Regulatory Impact Assessment of the new Energy Law of Georgia, etc.; she is actively involved in awareness-raising activities on reforms in the energy sector and policies related to EU integration.

Tutana holds a B.A. in Social and Political Sciences and an M.A. in Public Administration. She is a certified national security and public policy analyst and an alumna of the 5th Energy Community Summers School held at the University of Vienna in 2021. Tutana is a recipient of the 3rd Lights on Women scholarship from the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute, where she completed the course on the EU Green Deal.