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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.

Deep heat of the Earth - Interview of Sergey Alekseenko

The Global Energy Prize laureate, Academician of RAS, Sergey Alekseenko assumes that the most promising scientific work of energy field is increasing the efficiency of fossil fuels, developing RES and creating more efficient sources of energy storage. In early June, the names of the Global Energy Prize laureates were announced. Research adviser of the Novosibirsk Institute of Thermophysics, Sergey Alekseenko, will be awarded for the development of thermophysical foundations of the modern power and energy saving equipment creation, which allow developing ecologically safe thermal power plants (through modeling of combustion of gas, coal and liquid fuel). Sergey Alekseenko is an active supporter of the development of geo- and petrothermal energy (using high abyssal temperature of the Earth's interior). The scientist is convinced that this is another renewable energy source that will ensure the energy needs of mankind.

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