2010 Global Energy Prize laureates

The announcement of Global Energy Prize Laureates took place at the press-conference in “Interfax” Information Agency on April, 20th.

Evgeny Paton (Ukraine) became the Prize Laureate for the outstanding contribution to solving of scientific and technological problems of pipeline transport of energy sources and machinery.”

Alexander Leontyev (Russia) received the Prize for “fundamental research in the intensification of processes of heat exchange at power installations.”

This year Prize fund of Global Energy International Prize totals 30 million rubles ($ 1 million).

Press-conference participants:

Arkady Dvorkovich, Aide to the President of Russian Federation

Nikolai Laverov, Chairman of the International Committee of Global Energy Prize, Vice-president of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Igor Lobovsky, Chief Executive Officer of Global Energy Foundation

Evgeny Velikhov, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Winner of the International Energy prize «Global Energy», President of the Kurchatov Institute.


The awarding ceremony of Global Energy International Prize will take place at the XIV International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg on June, 18th, when the President of RF Dmitry Medvedev presents the Prize to the Laureates.

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on telegram
Telegram
Share on email
Email
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on vk
VK
Share on odnoklassniki
OK
Share on reddit
Reddit

Add comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

1650 hydrogen molecules per hour

The Novosibirsk scientists have proposed a new efficient method for synthesis of a highly active photocatalyst for hydrogen production under the action of sunlight. The materials developed are porous “sponges” made of graphite-like carbon nitride with platinum nanoparticles. The system showed one of the highest values of photocatalytic activity, among all known analogues, with a low content of noble metals, the Russian Science Foundation says.

read more ...

Metal-organic frameworks for CO2 capture

British renewable energy company Drax along with Promethean Particles, a metal-organic framework manufacturer and the University of Nottingham is going to test an innovative CO2 capture unit at the bioenergy power plant in North Yorkshire. If the tests are a success, Drax will launch construction of a full-fledged commercial analogue in 2024, its first stage will be put into operation in 2027, and the second one – in 2030.

read more ...

Rae Kwon Chung: the new climate economy can be a job generator

Transition to a sustainable economic development model focused on investment in the planet’s resources and human capital increase will lead to rapid generation of new jobs. Rae Kwon Chung, Chairman of the International Award Committee of the Global Energy Prize, talked about this in the lecture The New Climate Economy and Carbon Neutrality on May 19 as part of the New Horizons online forum arranged by the Russian Znanie Society.

read more ...

Archives


April 2010
M T W T F S S
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930