Martin holds a master’s degree in public policy form Central European University in Budapest and a law degree from Charles University in Prague.
Martin has worked for the Energy Regulatory Office in the Czech Republic in various international positions since 2011; most recently as European Affairs Advisor to the Board. His tasks have included coordination of the European regulatory activities of the Office and direct participation in various European working groups (CEER, ACER, and EC). Over the year years, he has worked on a number of projects of national, regional, and Europe-wide significance. Martin has been predominantly involved with the electricity side of the internal energy market integration; most notably market design, congestion management, and infrastructure development. As a member of ACER working groups Martin has contributed to the development of several electricity network codes. On top of that, he also has considerable experience with gas-related issues.
Martin is active in the community of European energy regulators. Martin regularly represents the Energy Regulatory Office at the ACER Board of Energy Regulators and the CEER General Assembly. In 2017 he was recently appointed one of CEER vice presidents. In this capacity, Martin leads CEER’s legal work.
In addition to his work at the Energy Regulatory Office, ACER, and CEER, Martin has also assisted the EC, in an expert role, in evaluating grant proposals for European infrastructure funding. He has presented on a range of regulatory topics at workshops and fora organized by the EC and the Florence school of Regulation. Last but not least Martin is a regular lecturer for the CEER training program.
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