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RECOGNISING OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN ENERGY

The Global Energy Prize annually honors outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world that are helping address the world’s various and pressing energy challenges.

A new nomination campaign for the Global Energy International Prize 2005 has started

As of September 1, 2004 the Global Energy International Prize Executive Directorate started dispatching the nomination documents sets to the scientists entitled to name nominees for the International Energy Prize. Under the Global Energy International Prize Regulations entitled to nominate candidates and works for the Prize competition are: Nobel Prize Laureates in physics and chemistry; the Global Energy International Prize Laureates, the Global Energy International Prize Award Committee Members; Members of the Section of Physical and Engineering Problems of Power Engineering of the Russian Academy of Science as well as scientists annually invited for this purpose by the International Award Committee. Self-nomination is not allowed.
The total number of scientists, entitled to nominate candidates for the Global Energy International Prize 2004 is 524. More than seventy per cent of them are scientists and specialists from 31 foreign countries. They are:

USA, UK, Germany, Japan, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Israel, China, Denmark, Netherlands, Italy, Brazil, Canada, Ukraine, Belgium, Spain, Austria, Mongolia, Byelorussia, South Korea, Poland, Australia, Norway, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Hungary, Finland, Columbia, Uzbekistan. In comparison with the last year the number of nominators increased by 20 per cent.
The nomination of candidates (works) for the Global Energy International Prize of 2005 should be completed by February 1, 2005.

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