Nikolay Rogalev (Russia)

The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member, Rector of Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI)

Professor, Doctor of technical science. Since March 2013 he was appointed acting Rector of MPEI and since June 2013 he was elected Rector at an Institute conference, where he got 87% of votes. In 2001, Nikolay Rogalev was appointed Head of the Department of Economics of Industry and Organization of MPEI (now it is named the Department of Economics in Energy and Industry). Under his leadership, the Department expanded its research in the fields of economics and management of fuel and energy complex, as well as in commercialization of technology and in development of innovative activities in Russian universities. From 2003 to 2007, he also worked as a Deputy Rector of MPEI for innovation activity. The experience of scientific and pedagogical work is 28 years. Author and co-author of more than 130 scientific papers and patents, including monographs. Rogalev’s scientific interests include scientific, technological and economic problems of fuel and energy complex, technological transfer and commercialization of technologies, problems of university education. Laureate of the RF Government Prize in the field of science and technology, Laureate of the RF Government Prize in education. Member of the Higher attestation Commission under the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation, member of the Board of Directors of PJSC Rosseti; member of the public Council under the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation. Currently he is a member of the Board of Directors of the public joint-stock company “Federal Hydro-Generating Company RusHydro”.


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