The Global Watershed (in Russian)
What is the role of hydropower plants in the energy supply of Russia and the world at large? Why is it impossible to do without hydropower plants when addressing the problem of energy shortages in less developed countries? What is the environmental impact of hydropower plants? You can find out answers to these questions in a documentary co-produced by the Global Energy Association.
Let There Be Kuzbass! (in Russian)
What was the origin of Russia’s key coal-mining region? What is the foundation of its development today? These and other topics are covered in a documentary by Sergey Brilev, President of the Global Energy Association.
Clean Energy of the Far East (in Russian)
How is it possible to create a comfortable environment both for tankers and for whales? The answer is given in a joint project of the Global Energy Association and the Maritime Territory’s Public Television. The documentary is focused on the Shantar Islands in the Sea of Okhotsk, the heart of the Pacific Ocean. So, how exactly can we make life comfortable for both tankers and whales? And what are the practical implications of the UN Sustainable Development Goals?
Mobile sun: portable panels for self-generated power supply
Alternative Energy Projects (AEP) developed a portable solar power plant Solar Box, which is a 12.5 tons container holding 168 generation modules 560 Watt each. The aggregated capacity of the unit in its standard configuration makes 94 KW, which is sufficient for supplying energy to ten cottages.
Natural gas consumption in USA reached its historic maximum
The demand for natural gas in the USA grew by 5% in 2022 achieving 2.48 bcm per day, which is the historic maximum. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the absolute growth of demand made 126 mcm per day, which comparable with gas consumption in Uzbekistan.
One month left before closing the call for nominating candidates for the Global Energy Prize 2023
The 20th jubilee nomination cycle of the Global Energy Prize started on 1 January 2023 and will end on 20 April 2023. Applications for three categories are accepted: Conventional Energy, Non-Conventional Energy and New Ways of Energy Application.