Renew and sustain! India and UAE to increase ties in energy sector
The UAE and India are expected to enhance their co-operation in the field of renewable energy and sustainability.
This follows a visit by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his delegation from the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh to Masdar City in Abu Dhabi recently.
The delegation met with the senior members of Masdar City’s management. There was comprehensive briefing followed by a guided tour to showcase the city as an example of sustainability and urban planning best practices.
The Masdar representatives included Mohammed Al Ramahi, chief operating officer of Masdar; Anthony Mallows, director of Masdar City and Mahra Khalid Al Quassimi, director of marketing and corporate communications.
The tour also included a discussion of Masdar City’s role in advancing renewable energy adoption globally, and highlighted the city as an illustrious example of sustainable applications in urban planning.
Chouhan reiterated the importance and mutual benefits stemming from a close collaboration between the UAE and India in the field of renewable energy.
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