Global Energy, Eurasian Development Bank: joint research on “Clean technologies for Eurasia’s sustainable future”
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The President of the Global Energy Assocation, Sergey Brilev, took part in the first session of the Eurasian Development Bank’s Expert Club

    During the session, held on 21st September in Moscow, participants discussed the bank’s new goals as set down in the its strategy for 2022-2026 and examined different ways of bringing to completion megaprojects of strategic importace for all countries in the region.

    These include projects in Central Asia’s water and energy complex as well as transport and logistics infrastructure.

    In his address, Sergey Brilev announced that the Global Energy Association and the Eurasian Development Bank had prepared joint research on the theme “Clean Technologies for Eurasia’s Sustainable Future”. The research is to be presented at the second Eurasian congress, organised with the bank’s support.    

The Eurasian Development Bank’s Expert Club is a closed discussion group with an agenda of economic integration and new, promising transborder projects involving at any one time several shareholder-countries of the bank. It brings together leading representatives of experts and the business community from various sectors, as well as officials and media to seek out ideas and developments aimed at finding joint solutions to key matters of economic integration for Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan.

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