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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.

23rd March

The Application Period for the Global Energy Prize 2020 Finished

On March 20, the Global Energy Association has completed the first stage of the application period for the Global Energy Prize 2020. All nomination submissions are handed over for a professional examination. The final decision on the laureates’ selection will be taken by the International Award Committee, which consists of 20 experts from 14 countries. The names of new laureates will be announced at a separate solemn ceremony.

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20th March

Consequences of the Coronavirus. The New Energy International Conference Postponed until Further Notice

The event was scheduled for May 4-6, 2020 in the capital of Grenada, St. George’s. Due to the spread of coronavirus infection, Grenada, along with other states, has urged a 14-day self-isolation regime for visitors and citizens arriving from countries where the virus has been detected. Dates of the event will be announced additionally.

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19th March

The Global Energy Association in the depths of South Siberia

The Global Energy Prize Association, Dr Sergey Brilev and his TV crew have obtained unprecedented access to the coal mining facilities in the depths of South Siberia, namely the Talda Western mine of the powerful SUEK coal and energy corporation in Russia’s Kuzbass region.

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16th March

Coronavirus and the role of the government in the development of industry during the oil crisis according to Oleg Favorsky

Oleg Favorsky, full member, Russian Academy of Sciences, the Global Energy Prize laureate – 2008.

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16th March

Coronavirus and possible scenarios for the global energy sector according to Frede Blaabjerg

Frede Blaabjerg, the 2019 Global Energy Prize laureate, Head of Center of reliable power electronics, Aalborg University (Denmark).

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16th March

Coronavirus and oil crisis. Effective tips how to succeed from Dietrich Moeller

Dietrich Moeller (Germany), the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member, Professor, Doctor of technical sciences, lecturer at MIIT, former President of Siemens Russia.

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16th March

Сoronavirus and imbalance of supply and demand in the oil market. Steven Griffiths shares his opinion

Steven Griffiths, the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member, Senior Vice President for Research and Development, Khalifa University of Science and Technology (KUST).

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16th March

Coronavirus and collapse of oil prices. We’re looking for solutions together with Liye Xiao

Liye Xiao (China) The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member; Director of Applied Superconductivity Laboratory, CAS; Director of Interdisciplinary Research Center Institute of Electrical Engineering, CAS.

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11th March

How can Russia and Saudi Arabia come to an agreement? The opinion of Khalil Amin

Khalil Amine, the 2019 Global Energy Prize laureate, an Argonne Distinguished Fellow and the Manager of the Advanced Lithium Battery Technology Group at Argonne National Laboratory, shared his opinion about the current oil crisis.

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11th March

Tomas Blees about current oil crisis

Tomas Blees (USA), the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member, President of the Science Council for Global Initiatives (SCGI), commented current oil crisis.

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11th March

William Byun about uncertainty in the global oil market

The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee Member, Managing Director at Asia Renewables, Head of Greenpower Fuels, and Principal at Conchubar Infrastructure Fund, Independent Director at the International Green Technologies and Investment Projects Center, William Byun shared his opinion about the current oil crisis.

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11th March

Sergey Brilev's interview with Angela Wilkinson

Angela Wilkinson is Secretary General and Chairman of the World Energy Council. It is the largest international energy non-profit organisation. Represents the interests of more than 3 000 energy organisations from about 100 countries.

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6th March

Open debates about the future of global energy in South Africa

Debate about the future of global energy cannot be held only in closed cabinets, it is necessary to involve society more and more in such discussions. And not only in rich countries, but also in BRICS countries. After a visit to Minsk, the delegation of the Global Energy Association opened a series of meetings in Africa by attending the Africa Energy Indaba conference in CapeTown.

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