Egypt will launch Thursday the National Strategy for Climate Change 2050 in an event that will be attended by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and a large number of ministers.
European Union Ambassador to Cairo Christian Berger said Tuesday that the union supports Egypt to become a major hub of energy in the Middle East, North Africa, and Mediterranean.
The supreme committee consists of a number of technical committees.
“Egypt could turn into a global center for renewable energy,” he added.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received a phone call Sunday from President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.
Lebanese Energy Minister Walid Fayad said his country is close to signing a contract in the coming days to import natural gas from Egypt after getting the World Bank's funding.
During the past period, many dialogues highlighted the importance of the role of youth in facing climate change and addressing its effects, in addition to their role in participating in the development process.
Between Europe's energy crises and need for reliable supply, Egypt has the potential through electricity linkage.
The plant will also be located at Ain Sokhna Industrial Zone affiliated to Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCzone).
The plant's output will be used to fuel ships.
They met in Egypt Tuesday.
President Michel added that such deep relations are manifested in the recent momentum in joint cooperation.
The Egyptian Ministry of Education and Technical Education presented Tuesday at the parliament the efforts made and the future vision to integrate differently-abled people into pre-university education.
Egypt has made many efforts to incorporate the green economy into a number of fields, the most important of which are: energy, transport and industry, said a governmental report.
This vital sector is very interested in following many mechanisms to promote the participation of the Private Sector in different projects it is carrying out, topped by the new and renewable energy ventures, added Shaker in statements Monday.
The developing works are conducted through the use of the latest devices and modern technologies that enable the service to reach Sudan with the highest quality.
Molla said that the oil sector cooperates with foreign companies to draw up integrated plans and solutions to the problems of energy and gas emissions in parallel with the production of fossil fuel production especially natural gas.
This came during the signing of a cooperation protocol between the AOI and the Emirati companies Carbon and Woodserv.
Now, Egypt has the second largest electrical network in the Arab World, ranking the second after the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Egyptian Ambassador in Kampala Ashraf Sweilam held a celebration Wednesday marking the handover of a solar-powered station that Egypt has granted to Uganda.