Gujarat Signs 6 MoUs with Netherlands Including Wind, Solar Energy Deals

The CM said that Gujarat has provided a large market of global companies to invest through its business-friendly policies and rapid industrial growth.

Gujarat Government

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani welcomed the representatives of Netherlands on Friday and talked of fostering ties in the field of technology to realize the Kalpsar Yojana and development of Dholera SIR. He further proposed of possibilities in the field of port development, maritime, and drainage and praised the innovations of Netherlands.

The CM said that Gujarat has provided a large market of global companies to invest through its business-friendly policies and rapid industrial growth.

The delegation led by the minister of taxation and customs, Netherlands Menno Snel showed a keen interest to invest in the field of agriculture, energy, manufacturing, etc in Gujarat.

Six MoUs were signed in fields of waste to energy, the smart city with Vadodara Municipal Corporation, wind energy, solar panels, agriculture, and medical facilities.

The Dutch Contingent with more than 100 members had said that it will be signing 10 MoUs at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit with focus on sectors like the smart city and waste management, healthcare and agricultural cooperation.

The delegation, led by Netherlands’ minister of finance for taxation and customs, Menno Snel, consists of representatives from 45 companies, three trade associations, and government agencies.

“We met Chief Minister Mr. Rupani. We have 45 companies, out of which 10 are signing MoUs. Our delegations have been growing. Lots of MoUs are on strategic cooperation,” Snel told reporters.

Source: TNN

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Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.

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