Sweden and Turkey Will Co-operate In Biogass Projects
“Sweden would welcome cooperation with Turkey on efficient renewable projects” told Sweden’s (of Turkish origin) Energy Minister Ibrahim Baylan to Anadolu Agency on Wednesday 25th March.
“At the end of January this year a delegation from the ministry met with counter-parts in Ankara to discuss bilateral co-operation. Exchange of experiences on efficient policies for renewables was one area where there was a mutual interest,” Baylan explained.
Details: Anadolu Agency News Terminal
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