UCL Energy Institute

Dr Domagoj Baresic

Dr Domagoj Baresic

Research Associate

Bartlett School Env, Energy & Resources

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
1st Apr 2017

Research summary

Domagoj uses mixed research methods to pursue explore the nature of fuel transition pathways necessary to reach a low carbon shipping future. His research interests span policy, political economy, and socio-technical transitions. He has been involved in several projects looking into the role of policy and geography in shaping low carbon fuel transition in shipping. He developed the MarSTF conceptual framework with the aim of making sustainability transitions literature more empirically suitable for the study of fuel transitions in shipping. 


Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 2020
University of Cambridge
Other higher degree, Master of Philosophy | 2011
University of Cambridge
First Degree, Bachelor of Arts | 2010


Dr Domagoj Baresic is a Research Associate at the University College London (UCL) Energy InstituteIn 2020 he completed his PhD in Energy and Transport (Sustainability transitions in the maritime transport industry: The case of LNG in northern Europe) from UCL. In addition to his PhD, he also holds an MPhil in Environmental Policy and BA (Hons) in Natural Sciences, both from the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining UCL, Domagoj worked for several years in the private sector as an analyst looking at policy and financial drivers shaping global energy markets and emission trading schemes.