BERLIN: Kuwait is partaking in the ninth edition of the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue Conference that addresses plans and methods for cutting usage of fossil fuel in favor of renewable energy resources. Najib Al-Badr, Kuwait Ambassador to Germany and head of the Kuwaiti delegation partaking in the convention that kicked off late on Tuesday and would end later on Wednesday, said in remarks to KUNA that the Kuwaiti delegation took part in debates on various issues such as the quest for a safe environment.
Other topics were addressed in the talks namely solutions for climatic issues, establishing energy partnerships and the green hydrogen economy, ambassador Al-Badr said.He touched on the Kuwaiti-German cooperation namely participation of German companies and scientific institutions in green energy ventures, in line with Kuwait vision 2035, citing in particular Al-Shagaya solar energy project.
He expressed desire to broaden the cooperation with Berlin at this level and affirmed the State of Kuwait keenness on staying abreast of international efforts regarding the climatic changes and its repercussions on mankind. The conference has lured delegations from more than 130 countries, business leaders, scientists, representatives of international organizations and NGOs. – KUNA