A harmonised long-term strategy must be Europe’s response to the energy crisis – Modern Diplomacy
The energy crisis has heightened the urgency for Europe to transition to a diverse and secure energy supply – but the bloc’s long-term strategy must focus on detaching its supply from geopolitical risk, writes Timur Tillyaev.
Tackling nuclear waste is key to an energy transition – Sustainability Times
In July, the European Union labelled nuclear as a green energy source, paving the way for more investment in the industry.
Sustainable Investors Welcome EU Move to Classify Nuclear Energy as a Green Investment – European Business Review
Timur Tillyaev, among other international investors in energy, welcomes the move to facilitate investment in nuclear power, which he describes as “an overlooked solution that would help Europe’s short- and medium-term energy transition”.
EU decision to label nuclear ‘green’ is key to energy transition and autonomy – EURACTIV
France has long been Europe’s standard bearer when it comes to nuclear energy and now other countries are following its example. With the recent European Parliament vote to include nuclear in a list of green investments, it is essential for investors to act quickly and support EU nuclear projects to ensure energy security, writes Timur Tillyaev.
How Regulation Can Help Prevent Crypto Crashes – Finance Monthly
Attempts to suppress cryptocurrency now would only drive the market underground or into jurisdictions tolerant of its negative deployment. Instead, there should be an effective, global regulatory framework making cryptocurrencies safer for investors, writes Timur Tillyaev.
Investors Demand Green Building Amid New Real Estate Boom – Sustainable Review
Sustainable investor Timur Tillyaev says that given the scale of the opportunity, a growing cohort of investors can help unlock the building sector’s transformative potential for achieving the energy transition and increasing the resilience of regions to climate change.
You Are Not Alone and other charitable foundations: Supporting local healthcare capabilities in the drive for health equity – ABC Money
The You Are Not Alone Foundation (YANAF) supports healthcare and education for children in Uzbekistan, the homeland of founders Lola Tillyaeva (Till) and Timur Tillyaev, by providing state-of-the-art medical equipment and supplies, building new medical facilities and, in partnership with French NGO La Chaîne de l’Espoir (Chain of Hope), funding cardiac surgery for children with congenital heart conditions.
Why experts are calling for regulation after latest crypto crash – North East Connected
Investors like Timur Tillyaev have warned against radical knee-jerk attempts to regulate cryptocurrency, arguing that this would only drive the market underground or into jurisdictions where its negative uses would thrive.
Philanthropists Lola Tillyaeva (Till) and Timur Tillyaev undertake projects to preserve Uzbek culture and heritage – ABC Money
Philanthropists have historically played an essential role in preserving cultural heritage, motivated by the desire to play their part in passing on the wisdom of our ancestors and celebrating and preserving the highest manifestations of the human spirit.
Sustainable Investor Timur Tillyaev: investment in renewables needed to overcome energy crisis – Business Matters
When it comes to sustainable investors, there is a newfound consensus that urgent investment and support is needed from corporates and governments if we are to successfully shift from fossil fuels to affordable and reliable green energy.
From outdoor markets to vaccine factories: How shipping containers are boosting post-pandemic recovery – ABC Money
Finding alternative uses for shipping containers is not new. Across Central Asia, shipping containers have long been repurposed by market traders to reduce costs. Sustainable investor Timur Tillyaev founded Abu Saxiy in 2007 in Tashkent. The market is made up of vendors selling their wares in repurposed shipping containers and has grown to become the fifth-largest market in Central Asia.
Sustainable investors, including Timur Tillyaev, highlight the need for companies to mitigate social risks – EconoTimes
2021 was a record year for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) focused investment, which reached an estimated $120 billion, more than double the $51 billion of 2020 and following on a tenfold increase from 2018 to 2020. But until recently, ESG investors have focused on the environmental and governance aspects of company performance.
Sustainable Investor Timur Tillyaev and Others Call For More Investment in Renewable Energy – Nature World News
If there is one thing being noticed this year, it is the huge surge in energy prices. Families and businesses are feeling the pinch as gas and oil prices skyrocket globally. While the Russian invasion of Ukraine has had an impact, the price rises also shed light on the fact that investment in renewable energy has not been enough to keep up with increasing demand.
Converted container markets pioneered in Central Asia by entrepreneur Timur Tillyaev could prove key to post-pandemic recovery – ABC Money
With millions of furloughed workers and commercial closures, the COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to small and local businesses. Now, with a roadmap to recovery underway business owners are looking for creative and cheaper options to re-start their businesses and taking inspiration from Central Asia.
What Does China’s Changing Belt And Road Initiative Mean For Central Asian Economies? – Eurasia Review
With leaders planning their routes to post-Covid-19 recovery, all countries are weighing up the measures needed to return to stability and growth. In the US, Biden’s $1.9 trillion relief plan has placed stimulus front and centre. When it comes to China, many eyes have been on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the country’s vast global infrastructure strategy launched in 2013.
Abu Saxiy: the heartbeat of modern Uzbekistan’s thriving market culture – Atlas Obscura
For most tourists, Uzbekistan is synonymous with its ancient Silk Road bazaars in Samarkand or Bukhara. To wander through markets whose predecessors date back a millennia surrounded by blue-tiled minarets and mosques, can be a breath-taking experience.
Central Asian Markets in Uzbekistan – Asian Geographic Magazine
The Silk Road is the greatest trade route in human history. At its peak, it wound its way 4,000 miles from China to the Mediterranean. For millennia goods, as well as cultures and religions, passed between East and West along its road. One region which benefited enormously from the Silk Road was Central Asia.
The Businessman Who Helped To Mend Children’s Broken Hearts – Vocal Media
Timur Tillyaev and his wife Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva have worked to save hundreds of lives through their charitable endeavors.
London’s Trendy Container Markets Will Boom in 2021 – London On The Inside
Re-purposed shipping container markets, such as Boxpark, Pop Brixton and Canada Water’s Hawker House, give hope for quick economic recovery of London’s local economy.
Uzbekistan Travel: Don’t Miss these Hidden Gems – Go World Travel Magazine
Uzbekistan became one of the most surprising must-visit travel suggestions for 2020. A growing fascination with the history of the Silk Road certainly helped.
Central Asia is an obvious winner of better EU-China ties – EURACTIV
As China eyes the new economic goals for the next five years announced at the Annual Economic Work Conference on 18 December, Chinese and EU Diplomats seem hopeful of striking a historic investment deal before the end of the year.
Timur Tillyaev, the Man Who Brings Uzbekistan’s Culture to the World – The Good Men Project
This year Timur Tillyaev looks back over nearly two decades of marriage to his philanthropist wife Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, and together the couple from Uzbekistan have a lot to be proud of.
The Man Who Unlocked the Universe – Produced by Lola Tillyaeva and Timur Tillyaev -The London Economic
One cannot help but marvel at the genius exploits of the life of Isaac Newton, Galileo, Kepler, Copernicus, and Leonardo da Vinci. Yet prior to these great men of science came Ulugh Beg. His little-known life and work are now featured in a Tashkent premiere documentary “The Man Who Unlocked the Universe”.