Renewable Energy: India, UAE with projects

Renewable Energy: India, UAE with projects
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Dubai: India and UAE join forces to develop renewable energy projects. The joint venture will focus on green hydrogen production by public-private partnerships. The cooperation will be strengthened in the fields of agriculture and food processing.

Many states will reap the benefits of the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement’s (SEPA). There will be more employment opportunities. Industry Minister Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber led a high-ranking UAE delegation that met with S.K., the Indian Foreign Minister. Jayasankar met with Piyush Goyal, Commerce and Industry Minister, and Bhupender Yadav (Environment Minister).

They will cooperate to address climate change challenges. According to him, the UAE will support Indian efforts to expand the non-conventional energy sector’s capacity to 450 gigawatts by 2030. The Sultan said. Assist with the transfer of technology, integrated research in different projects, and the development of machinery. Reliance Chairman and MD Mukesh Abani, Bharat Petro Corporation Limited Chairman & MD Arun Singh; JSW Group Chairman Sajan Jindal; ONGC Chairman & MD Dr. Alka Mittal was also present at the meeting.

Employment in both countries

The scheme will also create many jobs in both countries, which is another advantage. India has hope because of the UAE’s need for skilled workers and technicians.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the UAE during which the agreement was made. The UAE has a lot of potential in the solar industry. Both countries created Fast Track and UAE Plus Desks to develop investment plans and assess operational progress.

Research and collaborations will continue on the technology and construction of solar panels. This is a critical component of any solar energy project. UAE scientists have created panels that are resistant to extreme heat and dust storms.

Joint project for hydrogen

Green hydrogen projects, which could transform the energy sector, will see cooperation strengthened. The UAE is also working on plans to produce hydrogen using solar energy and waste.

Hydrogen-powered cars can travel more than 200 kilometers on one charge. The flow of electrons created when hydrogen and oxygen combine is called energy. Only steam and water are expelled. It can be charged faster than electric cars.

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