ALGERIA’S CDER SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH GENERAL ELECTRICT ON RENEWABLE ENERGY
ALGIERS,– The Renewable Energy Development Centre (CDER) of Algeria has signed a partnership agreement with the American conglomerate, General Electric (GE), on the development of renewable energy in this country.
The agreement, signed here Wednesday on the sidelines of the centre’s Open Day, is aimed at promoting and initiating the development of innovative collaborative projects in the renewable energy sector, according to a statement issued after the signing.
The agreement provides for the assessment of the needs in research and development of renewable energy in Algeria, from production to transmission, distribution and management of equipment through digital solutions.
The statement quoted CDER Director Noureddine Yassaa as emphasizing the major role of research and development of renewable energy.
He added that this kind of partnership “will inevitably contribute towards promoting research, innovation and development of this eminently technological sector and create more bridges between the research world and that of industry”.
Source: Name News Network