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global energy alekseenko3“The causes of the global climate change, related to the anthropogenic impact, need to be scientifically researched and proved,” confidently said laureate of the 2018 Global Energy Prize Sergey Alekseenko.


global energy 2019 4The Global Energy Association represents the top-15 candidates who were included in the short list of candidates for the Global Energy Prize this year. Among the nominees are leading world scientists, representatives of the UK, Denmark, China, the Netherlands, Russia and the USA. The laureates will be announced on May, 30 during the official press conference.

global energy 2019 tassOn May, 30 the 2019 Global Energy Prize laureates` names will be announced at the TASS press center. The Prize annually recognizes outstanding scientific researches and developments in the field of energy, which help all mankind in solving the most acute energy problems. The Prize is given in three nominations “traditional energy”, “non-traditional energy” and “new ways of energy application”.

ecosocPointing to climate change, inequalities and other serious challenges, United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told a forum on Thursday Development that “the clock is ticking” down, to making the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

solar energy1The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), together with mayors from eight countries - Moldova, Serbia, Georgia, Tajikistan, Croatia, Somalia, Lebanon and Portugal - today launched a new initiative to boost financing for solar energy in cities across the world.

biomassa 2019 250 167.engRussian Biofuels Association is pleased to invite you to attend the International Congress & Expo “BIOMASS: Fuel & Power”. We would be honored if you considered joining us in Moscow, Russia. The event will be held on April 17-18, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Lesnaya Moscow.

enerpoIn March 2019, the ENERPO Research Center of the European University at St. Petersburg launches "the Month of Energy". "The Month of Energy" is a series of open lectures on current trends and challenges of Russian energy politics.


irenaThe analysis finds oil and gas-related conflict may decline, as will the strategic importance of some maritime chokepoints. This week at the Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), political and business leaders from around the world outlined the far-reaching geopolitical implications of an energy transformation driven by the rapid growth of renewable energy.