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Liu Zhenya

Chairman, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO)
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05.09.2019
EEF 2019
A Leap Forward in Energy: Efficiency, Innovation, Environmental Sustainability
Global energy resource network is a modern energy system of eco-friendly power production with large scope, with consumer electrification, the point of which is smart grids, high-voltage grids, and eco-friendly power sources. <…> Construction of the global energy resource network can be completed by 2050. By that time, the percentage of emission-free energy will have exceeded 70%, with the annual emission rate decreasing down to less than a half of that of 1990
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
A Leap Forward in Energy: Efficiency, Innovation, Environmental Sustainability
Global sustainable development faces significant challenges of fossil energy consumption. This leads to a range of problems: lack of resources, pollution, climate change. <…> By the end of this century, the temperature will have risen by three degrees, which will cause serious natural disasters. <…> Today, the use of traditional fuel does a lot of harm, and these traditional resources are definitely limited
04.09.2019
EEF 2019
Russia and the EAEU in the Asia Pacific: Key Integration Factors and Prospects for Strengthening Business Ties
The Northeast Asian resource network makes up an important component of the global energy resource network, and will play a huge role in securing sustainable development in the region. The overall potential to develop the Northeast Asian energy resource network is enormous. The region is home to almost 1.7 billion people and its economy is USD 20 trillion in size. It accounts for 25% of total annual global consumption of energy resources. China, Japan, and Korea account for 84% of Northeast Asia’s total consumption of energy in coal equivalent