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The Global Energy Prize annually honors outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world that are helping address the world’s various and pressing energy challenges.

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22nd April

Expert Explains What Future Holds for Modern Energy Industry

The 2018 Global Energy Prize Summit looked into energy mix models and simulations of the future digital world. The international award brought together former prize-winners, members of its International Award Committee, politicians and industry experts from eight countries.

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21st April

Expert Explains How TurkStream to Make Italy Gas Hub of Southern Europe Again

The 7th Global Energy Prize Summit was held on April 18 in Turin, Italy, where top scientists, politicians and experts gathered to discuss vital energy issues. The summit explored the simulation of the energy mix in a future digital world. Sputnik discussed this with Francesco Profumo, the former minister of education and technology innovation.

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20th April

Expert Explains Why Trump Might Have Gotten It Wrong About Climate Change

The 2018 Global Energy Prize Summit looked into modelization and simulation of energy mixes in the future digital world. The international award, celebrating innovation in energy research in the environmental challenges context, brought together former prize-winners, its International Award Committee members, politicians, experts from 8 countries.

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18th April

We Don't Need a Mix of Energy Services, We Need Nuclear Power' - Energy Spec.

The 2018 annual Global Energy Prize Summit took place in Italy this week addressing the most urgent energy issues and ways to solve them. Sputnik discussed the summit with Thomas Albert Blees, member of the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee, President of the Science Council for Global Initiatives.

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18th April

With Trump, the U.S. rolled way back in energy issues — a high-ranking expert

After Donald Trump’s election as president, the U.S. has rolled back in energy issues, and the next administration will have to handle recovery from the damage caused by his policies. Such was an opinion voiced in an interview with TASS by Thomas Blees, a high-ranking U.S. expert, member of the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee, and President, Science Council for Global Initiatives.

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18th April

The Global Energy Prize Summit attended by the world’s leading experts held in Turin

The world’s leading scientists in energy research gathered Wednesday for the annual Global Energy Prize Summit organized by the namesake Russian Association on development of international research and projects in the field of energy. The summit was held for the seventh time, coming back to Italy four years later. This time, the Polytechnic University of Turin was selected as the platform for presenting innovative ideas and solutions.

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