Recently the member of the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee Rae Kwon Chung did a presentation at the International Forum Green Bridge, which was organized by the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan in Astana. His report was devoted to the main provisions of the Paris Agreement, as well as factors that in the near future will facilitate the transition of the world community to a low-carbon policy.
Today, the laureate of the Global Energy Prize - Michael Graetzel spoke about the benefits of "alternative sources of solar energy" at the opening of the 15th Nanotech & Nano-Convergence Expo International Symposium (NANO KOREA 2017) during the Global Energy Prize laureates’ tour. The event was held at the KINTEX, the city of Ilsan in South Korea.
The results of the III All-Russian contest of implemented innovative projects in the field of energy, the Energy of Breakthrough was summed up. The young innovator, an associate professor of the Ural Federal University named after the first Russian president B.N. Yeltsin, Leonid Plotnikov - became the winner and he will get the reward in the amount of one million rubbles for the increase of power and efficiency of internal combustion engines. His technology not only improves the performance of engines, but also solves the environmental problems facing humanity.
Today, July 3, results of the III All-Russian contest of implemented innovative projects in the field of energy, the Energy of Breakthrough was summed up. The 34-year-old associate professor of the Ural Federal University named after the first Russian president B.N. Yeltsin, Leonid Plotnikov from Ekaterinburg became the winner in 2017. The scientist will receive a reward in the amount of one million rubles for his work: "Integrated modernization of gas-air systems of reciprocating and combined internal combustion engines by improving gas dynamics and heat exchange."