ENSEC COE NEWS
ENSEC COE NEWS
NATO ENSEC COE flagship Tabletop Exercise “Coherent Resilience 2020” in preparation phase2019.08.08 The exercise is part of the package of actions related to the Black Sea endorsed by the NATO Foreign Ministers in Washington D.C. on 4 April 2019.
The delegation from Austrian Peace Academy visited the NATO ENSEC COE2019.08.07 The meeting was considered to be a successful practice of educational cooperation between the NATO ENSEC COE and the Austrian Peace Academy.
NATO ENSEC COE delegation participated in the COE Marketplace at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels2019.07.23 The marketplace is initially designed to provide the opportunity for different NATO’s CEOs to present their activities and highlight their valued expertise.
A delegation from the German Federal Ministry of Defence visited the NATO ENSEC COE on the 12th of July2019.07.15 The objective of this visit was to get acquainted with the main activities of the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence as a part of a continuing cooperation between the NATO NESEC COE and Germany.
New Zealand Ambassador to the Republic of Lithuania, H.E. Mary Thurston, visited the NATO ENSEC COE on the 11th of July2019.07.12 The visit was a part of a bigger trip, H.E. Mary THURSTON arrived to Vilnius after visiting the Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) in Estonia, Tallinn.
The NATO ENSEC COE delegation attends Advanced Energy Security Symposium in Baku2019.07.04 This week long training course is designed for civilian and military regional experts who deal particularly with energy infrastructure matters, cyber threats and energy security models.
World Energy Scenarios - 2019: Exploring Innovation Pathways to 20402019.09.10 New World Energy Scenarios discuss three plausible pathways to 2040 focusing on the impact of “disruptive innovation” on energy system. The scenarios provide energy leaders with a clear strategic framework for navigating ‘disruption-as-usual’ and...
EU countries still giving breaks to fossil fuel industries, new study says2019.09.09 Not a single EU member state has so far spelled out a comprehensive plan to phase out fossil fuel subsidies, despite a commitment taken at the G20 ten years ago to eliminate them, according to a fresh analysis of the bloc’s 28 National Energy and...
Russia launches floating nuclear reactor in Arctic despite warnings2019.08.23 Russia will launch the world's first floating nuclear reactor and send it on a 5000 km journey across the Arctic. Nuclear agency Rosatom claims this is a simpler solution to provide energy for isolated areas situated in Russia’s far north. The...
Fusion Energy: Who Has The Courage To Take It To Market?2019.08.22 When comparing old style nuclear plants based on the fission method to extract energy and the new nuclear energy method know as fusion, one can notice that the latter has some revolutionary advantages over the former. No long-term nuclear waste,...
As the sun sets on oil, the sun will rise on solar power2019.08.21 Saudi Aramco, a national petroleum and natural gas company which is the most profitable company in the world so far, released unpublished details about Saudi Arabia’s oil reserves last January. Such strategic thinking indicates that the company is...
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