Tripoli, 13 May:
Libya has signed a Memorandum of . . .[restrict]Understanding with Dubai on power generation. It provides for cooperation in the field of electricity generation, power transmission and distribution, renewable energy, customer services including e-services, human resources and training programs.?It also envisages joint investment projects.
The MOU was signed during a visit last week to the UAE by the Libyan by Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energies, Awad Ibraik Ibrahim.
During his visit, Ibrahim visited the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), where he had worked for a number of years.
“This visit will add further value to our relations between the two countries in the field of energy and sustainability,” said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, CEO of DEWA.
Ibrahim noted the importance of his visit to help build up the energy sector in Libya and overcome the persistent challenges it faces. He also thanked the UAE for its role in supporting the National Transitional Council and the people of Libya [/restrict]