Rae Kwon Chung, chairman of the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee and member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), awarded the Nobel Peace Prize In 2007, said achieving carbon neutrality was a key part of ensuring world economic development.
Whilst there is a unified energy policy for Europe, specificity is subject to national decision-making. This was stated by Peter Wilding, the new member of the Global Energy Board of Trustees, founder of the company British Influence and author of the term “Brexit”, in an interview with president of the Association Sergey Brilev.
The Praesidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences held an online session in Moscow to honour the memory of academician Vladimir Fortov, its longstanding president and laureate of the Global Energy International Prize, on what would have been his 75th birthday.
Video discussion with Sergey Brilev and Abel Didier Tella, General Director of the Association of Power Utilities of Africa
Plans call for the 2021 meeting of the Global Energy Association’s Global Prize International Award Committee meeting to take place in Kazan, in the republic of Tatarstan, in central Russia.
The market for liquefied natural gas – like all energy options – suffered greatly last year from the COVID pandemic and reduced demand, but is now looking forward to the future with optimism. Analysts predict a rise in demand, a more flexible market and new forms of trade.
Mass production of aviation biofuel is less economically viable than producing aviation fuel from oil and unless a carbon tax is introduced it cannot compete with traditional fuel, a leading expert on metabolic engineering said
Last year brought no shortage of serious tests for the energy sector the world over.