Global Energy Prize holds award ceremony for its laureates from Greece, Italy, Russia and USA

Global Energy Prize holds award ceremony for its laureates from Greece, Italy, Russia and USA

On 13 October, distinguished scientists in the field of energy were awarded the Global Energy Prize at a special ceremony in Moscow.

The Global Energy Association presents honorary diploma to physicist Igor Grekhov

On 20th December in St. Petersburg, the Global Energy Association awarded an honorary diploma “For his outstanding contribution to the development of electrical energy” to Igor Grekhov – a Soviet and Russian scientist and physicist, a specialist in the sector of powerful semiconductor electronics and impulse technology. The diploma was presented to Igor Grekhov by Global Energy President Sergey Brilev.

CO2 emissions on the rise despite pandemic

The rate of increase in greenhouse gas emissions was temporary halted during the 2020 pandemic, but a year later, with the resumption of business activity, CO2 emissions are back on the rise. In 2021, the rate is now fast approaching 2019 levels, Rae Kwon Chung, Nobel Prize laureate and chairman of the Global Energy Prize Award Committee, told an international forum.

The Global Energy Association presents honorary diploma to physicist Igor Grekhov

The Global Energy Association presents honorary diploma to physicist Igor Grekhov

On 20th December in St. Petersburg, the Global Energy Association awarded an honorary diploma “For his outstanding contribution to the development of electrical energy” to Igor Grekhov – a Soviet and Russian scientist and physicist, a specialist in the sector of powerful semiconductor electronics and impulse technology. The diploma was presented to Igor Grekhov by Global Energy President Sergey Brilev.

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Why thermal inactivation of airborne viruses could become a life-style

COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of air biosecurity because SARS-CoV-2 is mainly transmitted from person to person via airborne droplets. Preventing infectious droplets from entering the body is one of the best ways to protect against infection. In his paper, published at the Applied Thermal Engineering Journal, Mikhail S. Vlaskin, head of the Laboratory of Energy Accumulating Materials at the Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, reviews the transmission patterns of airborne pathogens and air disinfection methods.

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