India, Iceland sign MoU on renewable
Oct 10, 2007 - Thomson Financial
The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
said it has signed a memorandum of understanding
on renewable energy cooperation with Iceland.
Under the MoU, both countries will decide upon
project proposals related to the design and development
of various new and renewable energy technologies,
identified areas of mutual interest and cooperation
for systems, sub-systems, devices and components
and will monitor and evaluate cooperation activities,
the ministry said in a release.
Iceland and India co-operate in hydrogen and
fuel cells under the International Partnership
for Hydrogen Economy (IPHE).
In June this year Vilas Muttemwar, the Indian
minister of new and renewable energy, led a delegation
to Iceland, where both parties agreed to explore
cooperation in the areas of geothermal, hydrogen
and fuel cells and wind energy. Iceland will be
fielding a trade delegation in November this year
to establish industry level contacts in renewable
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