By Solar Times Bureau.
From 2007 to 2012 many international countries like U.S.A, Australia, South Africa,Denmark, and Iceland etc. has joined POC with Indian MRNE.
Government of India and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has joined cooperation with Spain’s government and Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), for the development and research in the field of Renewable Energy Programmes. Government of India had signed a “Programme of Cooperation” (POC) with the, Government of Spain, under this cooperation a joint call for research proposals was launched in June, 2012. MNRE and CDIT have selected two projects, out of the nine proposals received, for providing financial support for projects related to the wind power forecasting and quantum dot solar cells fabrication.
The POC was firstly signed by both the countries, on 23rd November, 2011India and Spain joined Indo-Spanish Technological Cooperation to promote and fund innovation driven joint R&D collaborative projects in the field of Renewable Energy Programmes. Later in June, 2012 proposal was launched. The main aim of the governments for cooperation with Spain government is to explore opportunities for taking up joint research, design, development, demonstration and manufacturing of new and renewable energy systems/devices and for the exchange of scientists to share the experiences, research & developments.
India is progressing very rapidly in the field of Renewable Energy Programmes, and for better implementations in this progress; India is joining cooperation with international developed and developing countries. India is also been internationally recognized for Renewable Energy Progress. Hence, more and International countries are interested for cooperation with India. Bilateral/multilateral cooperation frameworks have been established for cooperation, between India and other countries. From 2007 to 2012 many international countries like U.S.A, Australia, South Africa, Denmark, and Iceland etc. has joined POC with Indian MRNE.