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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.

The world seeks limitless sources

On October 3, during the Russian Energy Week International Forum, the Global Energy Prize Award Ceremeny of the 2019 laureates will take place. The 2019  laureates are professor of Aalborg University (Denmark) Frede Blaabjerg and associate professor of Stanford University (USA) Khalil Amine.

The Global Energy Prize is an international award for outstanding scientific research and technological development in energy field, which help all mankind to solve the most acute and challenging energy problems. The Prize was established in 2002, and for 17 years in a row it has been awarded to the world’s leading scientists, whose discoveries and technological innovations meet global energy challenges. According to IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence, the Global Energy Prize is one of TOP-99 international academic awards with the highest prestige and significance. It is the only award from Russia included in the IREG list. Moreover, the Global Energy Prize is included in the official list of the International Congress of Distinguished Awards (ICDA). In ICDA prestige rating the Global Energy Prize is in the category of “Mega Awards” for its laudable goals, exemplary practices and the overall prize fund.


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