Economies are gradually making the choice in favour of renewable sources of energy, but for some time, fossil fuels and renewables will complement each other
The European Union in 2020 proclaimed large-scale plans for a transfer by 2050 to a carbon-free economy, which call for the abandonment of oil, gas, coal and other energy sources responsible for carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere. Against this background, experts and potential investors have begun to discuss increasingly new opportunities for the nuclear industry, relegated several years ago to the role of rank outsider in the energy world.
Authorities in News York State have published a “road map” on achieving the ambitious goal of moving the state towards securing 70 % of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
The World Energy Council (WEC) thanked Sergey Brilev for his participation in the preparations for the World Energy Congress in 2022.