The world is about to usher in a new industrial revolution, which is different in scale and complexity from all previous ones. Obviously, the coming reality requires a revision of the main spheres of public life. “Humanity needs a transition to a new energy paradigm,” said Rae Kwon Chung, Chairman of the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee, Member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.He presented his report on this topic at the recent HPAIR Harvard Project on Asia and International Relations Conference in Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan).
The Global Energy Association, together with its partner BRICS Youth Energy Agency (BRICS YEA), as part of a business trip to Johannesburg (South Africa), held a number of meetings with representatives of the South African business community and specialists from leading universities in the country. During the negotiations, the parties identified possible ways for further cooperation, principles and directions for the development of joint projects.
Energy resources provide unlimited opportunities to confront the main challenges facing the modern world. In the era of transition to a new technological cycle, access to reliable and safe energy is a priority. How can a sustainable future be achieved? Who, if not science, can make this future a reality? These and other questions will be answered by Global Energy Prize experts at the session “Mission possible: the Global Energy Prize as a driver for sustainable energy for all” at the 24th World Energy Congress (September 9-12, Abu Dhabi).
The Global Energy Association, together with its partner, the BRICS Youth Energy Agency, will hold an official meeting with the South African National Youth Development Agency NYDA in Johannesburg (South Africa) from August 13 to 16.
The Global Energy Association on development of international research and projects in the field of energy will take part in the 24th World Energy Congress, which will be held on September 9-12 in Abu Dhabi (The United Arab Emirates). The event is the largest and most influential energy congress covering all aspects of the energy agenda. It is organized by the World Energy Council. Within the WEC-2019 the Global Energy Association will hold its own session, delegate its experts to participate in key sessions of the event, present a bright and dynamic stand, and organize a special energy quiz as well.