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Martin Pejrimovsky

Director

Martin joined NOVE straight after the conclusion of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU. He had worked at the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU as an attaché for energy and atomic questions since 2018. Prior to moving to Brussels, he had worked in the Unit of International Cooperation in Energy at the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Martin held a national security clearance (NATO SECRET equivalent) and has received extensive training on handling sensitive and classified information.

Martin has a Master’s degree in European Studies from Charles University in Prague. His thesis explored energy relations between the EU and Russia, with a special focus on the oil refining sector. Throughout his studies, he conducted internships at the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, the Baltic Defense College, and the Romanian Center of European Policies.
In 2019, Martin completed an intensive course in International Nuclear Law organized by the Nuclear Energy Agency and the University of Montpellier. His final thesis was dedicated to Small Modular Reactors. Martin also cultivates his interest in commodity trading and has been pursuing education in this area. In 2021, he graduated from the “Commodity Professional” program at the University of Luzern, which was in part dedicated to trading, shipping, and insuring critical raw materials relevant for the energy transition.




Martin Pejrimovsky

Director

Martin joined NOVE straight after the conclusion of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU. He had worked at the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU as an attaché for energy and atomic questions since 2018. Prior to moving to Brussels, he had worked in the Unit of International Cooperation in Energy at the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Martin held a national security clearance (NATO SECRET equivalent) and has received extensive training on handling sensitive and classified information.

Martin has a Master’s degree in European Studies from Charles University in Prague. His thesis explored energy relations between the EU and Russia, with a special focus on the oil refining sector. Throughout his studies, he conducted internships at the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, the Baltic Defense College, and the Romanian Center of European Policies.
In 2019, Martin completed an intensive course in International Nuclear Law organized by the Nuclear Energy Agency and the University of Montpellier. His final thesis was dedicated to Small Modular Reactors. Martin also cultivates his interest in commodity trading and has been pursuing education in this area. In 2021, he graduated from the “Commodity Professional” program at the University of Luzern, which was in part dedicated to trading, shipping, and insuring critical raw materials relevant for the energy transition.

Education

Charles University in Prague – European Studies

Nationality

Czech

Languages

English, Czech

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