dfththeTHE GLOBAL ENERGY PRIZE 34 LAUREATES FROM 10 COUNTRIES

THE WORLD'S BEST SCIENTISTS IN THE FIELD OF ENERGY, WHO HELPED TO MAKE ENERGY MUCH MORE EFFICIENT, ECOLOGICALLY SAFE AND CLEAN THROUGH THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS

 

JAYANT BALIGA (USA),

THE PRIZE LAUREATE 2015

 

THE AUTHOR OF THE INSULATED GATE BIPOLAR TRANSISTOR - THE MAIN INNOVATION IN THE FIELD OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND DISTRIBUTION

The innovation advantages:

  • in the last 25 years, IGBTs saved over 73,000 TW•h of energy, over 1,48 trillion gas gallons,

  • it decreased CO2 emissions by 49, 5 billion metric tons

  • the customer's savings exceeded $23,7 trillion

SHUJI NAKAMURA (USA),

THE PRIZE LAUREATE 2015

THE SCIENTIST  INVENTED THE BLUE LED, WHICH MADE IT POSSIBLE TO  BRING THE LED-LIGHT TO A NEW LEVEL OF  DEVELOPMENT 

The innovation advantages:

  • it introduced the new way of producing clear white light, 

  • the efficiency of a white LED is twice as much as the one of a fluorescent lamp and 10 times then one of a traditional incandescent bulb,

  • in the USA alone the transition to LED-based lighting will allow 300 TW•h savings and reduce annual CO2 emissions by 210 million metric tons.

 

The innovation advantages:

  • this is an absolutely clean energy system,

  • CO2 capture,

  • the cost of energy produced by means of this system equals or even is lower than the energy produced at the best technologically equipped thermal electric power stations.

RODNEY JOHN ALLAM (UK),

THE PRIZE LAUREATE 2012

 

THE SCIENTIST'S LATEST INNOVATION – A UNIQUE POWER PLANT WORKING ON NATURAL GAS

 

BORIS KATORGIN (RUSSIA),

THE PRIZE LAUREATE 2012

 

THE SCIENTIST'S INNOVATION – ROCKET ENGINE RD 180 POWERED WITH CRYOGEN FUEL. THE US SO FAR HAVE FAILED TO REPLICATE THE SCIENTIST'S SUCCESS

The innovation advantages:

  • high level of energy efficiency combined with the affordable cost,

  • low fuel consumption,

  • technologically advanced burner can,

  • $20 mln economy at one launch.

 

The innovation advantages:

  • new catalysts were used for production of motor fuels, including diesel, meeting Euro 4 and Euro 5 standards,

  • the savings from introduction of the new catalysts at enterprises producing high-octane gasoline were just short of 10 billion rubles – 17 times the money invested. 

 

VALENTIN PARMON (RUSSIA)

THE PRIZE LAUREATE 2016

 

THE SCIENTIST'S INNOVATION – THE NEW GENERATION OF CATALYSTS IN THE AREA OF PETROLEUM REFINING AND THE RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY