Emirates Airlines signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Kingdom on energy and climate change

The United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and the United Kingdom signed on Friday at Abu Dhabi Memorandum of Understanding for the exchange of information and knowledge for the advancement energy sector and sustainable development.

The memorandum aims to “strengthen and develop strategic and technical cooperation in the energy sector techniques from Renewable energy, Including regulatory frameworks and incentives,” the official UAE news agency said. Wham.

This document also deals with their ‘cooperation in the field of peaceful nuclear energy and related policies and technologies hydrogen Low carbon, exchange of information, knowledge and experience, holding High level meetings To discuss and study issues of mutual benefit, and to promote cooperation in the field of clean and renewable energy”, among other points.

The signing ceremony was attended by the UAE Minister of Energy and Infrastructure. Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei. and British Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Grant ShappsIn addition to other officials from both countries.

The Emirati minister explained that this memorandum is “very Important In light of interest Mutual Both countries, assisting them in implementing an energy policy that would provide a low-carbon, safe and sustainable energy supply reasonable prices.

He stressed that the two countries recognize the importance of the need for improvement efficiencyto vitality and Carbon removal of its components, as well as the need to develop renewable energy technologies to help achieve zero emission level of carbon in the year 2050.

Al Mazrouei also highlighted the critical role played by the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom in laying the foundation for it business rules Climate, as the UAE prepares to host the Climate Summit in Dubai COP28 The UK hosted COP26 two years ago.

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