The call for applications for the Energy of Words International Media Contest has been opened
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On August 22, 2022, the Global Energy Association begins accepting applications for the Energy of Words Contest, which is called to raise interest of mass media in main issues of energy industry: transformation of energy mix, development of new technologies, and the climate change.

The Contest winners will be identified in seven nominations:

  •  The best article on energy in federal press;
  •  The best article on energy in regional press;
  •  The best article on energy from a news agency;
  •  The best Telegram channel or energy blog;
  •  The best energy news story for television;
  •  The best media office in energy industry;
  • The best piece on energy from BRICS and SCO countries.

The competitive selection will be carried out from works published by mass media (including in co-authorship) no earlier than on January 1, 2021. Contest works can be: articles that were published on the Internet and in printed media; copyrighted research materials; analytical surveys; interviews; television reports, including online ones; special reports and projects of the news agencies; recordings of podcasts.

The panel will assess the works by the following criteria: uniqueness of work, relevance, precision of presented data and facts, content-wise depth of material.

The entries made in Russian as well as in foreign languages must be submitted through September 15, 2022.

The applications are accepted at e-mail address

The rules for submission of applications and general terms of the Contest, its order and conditions can be found on the website

Announcement of the Contest winners’ names and their awarding will take place as a part of the Russian Energy Week International Forum, which will be held in Moscow on October 12-14, 2022.


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