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India Agrees to Help Sudan Develop Renewable Energy

India and Sudan have agreed lately to boost cooperation ties in the field of renewable energy. At a meeting held lately in Bombay between Indian minister of renewable Energy, Farooq Abdullah and Sudanese industry minister Al Simah Al Siddiq Al Nour, the two countries officials discussed ways of enhancing partnership in promoting renewable energy.
During the meeting, the Indian minister said the two countries have good potential to bolster bilateral cooperation in renewable energy and offered Indian assistance and know-how for developing renewable energy resources in Sudan.
The talks also focused on partnership projects and cooperation prospects especially in the development of wind energy, solar energy, biomass and small hydro resources.
India also agreed to train Sudanese students, technicians and professionals in the fields of wind and solar energy through its technical institutions.

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