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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.

27th June

锂电池之父吉野彰:锂电池重新定义未来

淡灰色的衬衫加暗条纹格领带、剪裁利落的黑色西装,坐在第一财经记者面前的是日本科学家吉野彰,他清瘦而有礼貌。如果不是看过他的履历,你丝毫觉察不出这是一位拿奖无数的“锂电池之父”,全程从未谈起自己有过什么荣誉,淡定地聊着对锂电池技术的理解,有一些问题会停下来思考良久再给出答案,说到兴起时他也会仰起脖子大笑。

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2nd June

Gas and sun among leading sources in the structure of the world’s future fuel and energy balance

Despite slightly dropping in popularity in the next 50 and 90 years, gas will dominate among traditional energy sources, comprising approximately 24% and 21% of total energy balance, respectively. Solar energy will prevail over other clean sources, comprising over a quarter of the total energy balance by the beginning of next century, experts believe.

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2nd June

Gas and solar to dominate future global energy mix – report

Gas and solar power will dominate the world’s energy mix within the next 50 years, according to a report released this week by the Moscow-based Global Energy Association, which administers the annual Global Energy Prize.

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2nd June

Alexander Novak bestowed Michael Graetzel the Global Energy Prize gold

The Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak presented the gold medal of the Global Energy Prize to the Swiss scientist Michael Graetzel during the ceremony at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).

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1st June

CO2 levels must be cut despite consumption growth

Global Energy Prize chief calls for 10% drop by 2100. Smokes billow out of chimneys at a chemical plant in north China’s Tianjin municipality, December 23, 2008 (reissued 31 May 2017). By 2100, CO2 emissions from power, domestic and commercial space heating, industrial production, and transportation should be reduced to 10% of current level, a new study presented at the St Petersburg Economic Forum finds.

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1st June

Russia is predicted to be a global energy leader

Experts said that in 15 years the largest energy resources producer will be the United States, 50 years later – Russia, and 100 years later – China.

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1st June

Investment in renewable energy will continue to grow worldwide and in Russia in particular

ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) — Investment in renewable energy will continue to grow worldwide and in Russia in particular, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Director-General Adnan Amin told Sputnik on the sidelines of St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).

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