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Germany ready to transfer technology of renewable energies to Iran

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Minister for Energy in German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Christian Pegel said that Germany is willing to make joint venture investment in Iran and transfer technology of renewable energies.

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He made the remarks in a meeting with Isfahan governor general. He said that there are many strong companies specialized in renewable energies as German government meets hundred percent of its energy demands from the renewable.

Referring to visit of economic delegations from Mecklenburg, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt to Iran and Isfahan, he said that the visit is aimed at identifying and evaluating opportunities for cooperation and investment in Iran.

These eastern states of Germany are interested to cooperate with the Iranian companies, he said.

'We reviewed areas of cooperation during the visit,' he said, hoping that next visits will lead to conclusion of cooperation deals.

Meanwhile, Minister of Economy, Employment and Transport in Saxony Martin Dulig referred to capacities of the state's economic and industrial sectors, saying that Isfahan is the cultural and economic heart of Iran.

Minister of State for Economic and Scientific Affairs in Saxony-Anhalt Thomas Wunsch also told the same meeting that Germany has many strong industries in the fields of chemistry, petrochemicals, industrial machinery and renewable energies.

He hoped that they would forge good communications with the Iranian firms.

An economic delegation from the German states accompanied by 100 economic activists arrived in Isfahan on May 29.


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