Argentine Energy Leader Community member to present award winning paper at the 23rd World Energy Congress

PrintTwo papers being presented at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul next month by members of the World Energy Council’s Argentine Community of Energy Leaders, have been awarded 9th and 16th position within the top 20 papers submitted.

Gastón Turturro, Argentine Energy Leaders Community member and author of the 9th award-winning paper, ‘Roadmap and Infrastructure Assessment to Introduce Electro Mobility in Buenos Aires City’, said: “The Congress will give us the opportunity to meet energy specialists related to the academic and business sectors from all around the world.

“It will allow us to exchange and share thoughts and ideas, with existing as well as other future energy leaders, that we expect can become future projects, and innovate contributions to a sustainable, affordable energy ecosystem. I am sure that the people of Istanbul will give us a warm welcome and the beautiful city will delight us with its historic and cultural richness”.

Submitting a paper to the World Energy Congress provides an excellent opportunity to contribute to the development of the global energy community. 20 papers were selected to be presented at the dedicated expert forum and distributed to all delegates on USB flash drives.

Prizes awarded to these papers range from 1,500 Euros to 10,000, totalling more than 60,000 Euros. The top three winning prizes are as follows:

First Place: 10,000 Euros
Second Place: 7,500 Euros
Third Place: 5,000 Euros

Authors were invited to provide their insight on one of the following themes:

• World Energy Scenarios
Energy scenarios to explore the future of energy production and to help us better understand critical uncertainties and factors which could impact key decisions

World Energy Resources and Technologies
A focus on innovative technologies for the following resources: Coal, Oil, Bioenergy, Waste, Peat, Geothermal, CCUS, Gas, Uranium & Nuclear, Hydropower, Marine, Wind, Solar, Energy Storage, Energy Efficiency Technologies, e-Mobility.

• World Energy Trilemma
A look at how the private sector and governments can work towards an energy secure future through balancing the Trilemma (a 21st century policy framework for evaluating the degree to which energy options are (1) secure; (2) affordable; and (3) environmentally sensitive).

• Financing Resilient Energy Infrastructure
Looking at the best financial models to finance resilient energy infrastructure which will enable the integration of new forms of energy into the grid and withstand changes in weather conditions.