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sun pannels7According to Fitch Solutions experts solar power capacity in the world will grow by 125% over the next ten years, mainly due to China, India and the U.S. These three countries will account for about two-thirds of all new solar capacity introduced until 2029. By this date, the sun will generate about 6% of all electricity in the world, compared to 2.7% in 2019.

global energy 2020 1The Minister of Energy of Russia Alexander Novak in a conversation with the President of the Global Energy Association Sergey Brilev at the online conference "COVID-19: accelerating the transition to the energy of the future for all” assessed the prospects of the energy sector.

pravitelstvorfThe Russian government approved the Energy Strategy of Russia until 2035, the corresponding document was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin on June 9. The energy strategy assumes that the situation in the oil market until 2035 "will remain unstable, subject to various threats".

lapA new development, an industrial system for electricity storage, was presented in Chelyabinsk by the Scientific and Technical Center "Drive Technology", and it was immediately evaluated by experts of the Global Energy Association.


bioraznoobrazieRecovery from the COVID-19 pandemic must also lead to countries uniting to preserve the natural world, in line with global commitments to achieve a better future for all people and the planet, top officials with the United Nations said on Friday, the International Day for Biological Diversity.

brilev gbThere is less than a month to go before the World Energy Council (WEC), headquartered in London, holds the first significant event in the run-up to its congress in St. Petersburg in 2022. The first big online conference in the “Road to the Congress” cycle will already be held on June 17.

ByunAccording to William Byun, managing director at Asia Renewables, waste-to-energy technology can be very profitable even in times of crisis.


earth dayIn his message for International Mother Earth Day this Wednesday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres acknowledged that all eyes are on the COVID-19 pandemic, which he flagged as “an unprecedented wake-up call”.


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