Renewable Energy India and Malaysia Cooperate on New and Renewable Energy

Editor: Dominik Stephan

India and Malaysia have agreed to promote cooperation in renewable energy, especially in the areas of biomass and biogas, micro hydropower, solar energy and wind power.

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India and Malaysia agreed to promote cooperation in renewable energy
India and Malaysia agreed to promote cooperation in renewable energy
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New Delhi/India – The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Minister of New and Renewable Energy and Data’ Peter Chin Fah Kui, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia.

Both the countries also agreed to form a Joint Working Group for better coordination through joint research on subjects of mutual interest, exchange and training of scientific and technical personnel, exchange of available scientific and technologies information and data, organization of workshops, seminars and working groups, transfer of know-how, technology and equipment, on non-commercial basis etc.

Dr. Farooq Abdullah briefed his Malaysian counterpart on the progress made by India in renewable energy with special reference to the National Solar Mission launched in 2010 under the National Action Plan on Climate Change. He also briefed the visiting Minister on the recently concluded International Seminar on Energy Access and India’s efforts in promoting energy for remote and un-electrified areas.