Thomas Albert Blees (USA)

The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member; President of the Science Council for Global Initiatives (SCGI).

Tom Blees is an advanced energy systems consultant currently residing in Florida, USA. He is the author of Prescription for the Planet – The Painless Remedy for Our Energy & Environmental Crises. Mr. Blees is the president of the Science Council for Global Initiatives (SCGI), an international NGO that includes climatologists, scientists, and engineers involved in cutting-edge energy systems and climate research. He has acted as a consultant and energy systems advisor to private industry and government from the local to the international level. Blees is actively involved in encouraging and coordinating highlevel international cooperation on advanced nuclear power system and fuel cycle projects with the USA, Russia, South Korea, Japan, China, the United Kingdom, South Africa, and other countries.

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