IRENA and Arab countries cooperate in renewable energy

Last Thursday (15), the International Energy Agency Renewable Energy (IRENA) and the UAE Ministry of Energy and Industry United States (UAE) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cooperate in the renewable energy sector. The agreement aims to drive a change in sources low-carbon energy.

For Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Industry, the signing of the memorandum is in accordance with the view of the Emirates Arab. In addition, it represents the sustainable development of countries that have sought to promote smarter organizational policies and structures and aligned with the United Arab Emirates Vision 2021. The MoU was signed by irena director general Francesco La Camera and undersecretary of the UAE Energy Ministry, Kill Hamed Al Neyadi. The during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.

The agreement between the two parties includes:

  • The development of an energy roadmap renewable energy in the UAE, taking into account the characteristic demand of the UAE for air conditioning and associated technology;
  • Support for energy dissemination policies renewable, current and planned sources, aimed at supporting the deployment of sources renewable;
  • Electrical interconnection plans and procedures energy exchange aimed at improving the integration of variable energy and renewable energy, as well as the impact of renewable energy on the stability of renewable energy networks, transmission, together with possible technical and operational solutions to this Respect.

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