Lukas Trakimavičius works at the Research and Lessons Learned Division of the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence. Previously, he worked at the Economic Security Policy Division of the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also held several positions at NATO, where he focused on energy security, arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation. Much of his present work focuses on the energy transition, decarbonization of industries and economies, emerging tech, and the geopolitics of energy. As an experienced communicator in print and in person, Lukas frequently writes for international publications and collaborates with leading think tanks, businesses, military bodies, and multinational organizations.
Nowhere is the clean energy transition more promising than in the Baltic Sea, but new infrastructure must be protected from accidents and threats.Learn More
Predators Will Circle Baltic Power Farms
Nowhere is the clean energy transition more promising than in the Baltic Sea, but new infrastructure must be protected from accidents and threats.