Global Energy and St. Petersburg Polytechnic University publish joint scientific journal

From January 2023 onward, the Global Energy Association is joining forces with Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) to publish a scientific journal named Global Energy. The publication is going to cover a wide range of subjects in the field of engineering sciences and feature the most recent research findings, including those obtained as a result of international cooperation.

Global Energy is taking part in Energy Week in Panama

The Global Energy Association is taking part in the 7th Energy Week organised by the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE). The event takes place in Panama, from December 12 to December 16. The conference is organised in collaboration with the Energy Secretariat of Panama and the Inter-American Development Bank. The opening ceremony of the forum was attended by Laurentino Cortizo, the President of Panama.

Hydropower is not affected by energy crises and pandemics

According to Pavel Bezrukikh, Professor of the Institute of Hydropower and Renewable Energy, MPEI, power generation based on Renewable Energy Sources (RES) has become the most effective factor in overcoming the negative consequences caused by lockdowns amid coronavirus infection. The opinion was expressed during the round table arranged by Global Energy Association and the Energy Policy magazine.

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Energy transition focus only on wind and solar can lead to significant problems

Energy Transition 4.0 is traditionally associated with development of solar and wind generation, but such a rather narrow approach can lead to a number of problems, said Irina Ananich, Head of the International Cooperation Department of the Federal State Budgetary Organization Russian Energy Agency (REA) of the Energy Ministry of the Russian Federation, at the round table organised by the Global Energy Association and the Energy Policy magazine.

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RES and controlled thermonuclear fusion may become the basis of the global energy balance by the end of the 21st century

Even at the end of the 21st century, such thermal energy sources as oil, gas and coal will account for 5-10% of the world energy balance. The share of renewable energy sources (RES) will be 85-90%, but only if mankind is able to master the controlled thermonuclear fusion technology, according to the opinion of Valery Bessel, Professor of Gubkin Oil and Gas University, expressed during the round table arranged by the Global Energy Association and the Energy Policy Journal.

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