India and Denmark intend to strengthen cooperation in renewable energy development without the use of fossil fuels.
Following their meeting in Copenhagen, the two counties stated their intentions in a joint statement by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen.
According to the joint statement, the two countries’ leaders agreed to further strengthen cooperation in renewable energy.
Within the partnership, India and Denmark will work on a comprehensive energy policy dialogue.
According to the document published Tuesday on the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, in particular, this will mean that both sides will aim to strengthen cooperation in cross-sectoral energy planning, with a focus on green hydrogen, renewable energy integration, and energy storage, as well as decarbonization.
Both parties emphasized the importance of independence from fossil fuel energy supplies, and both Modi and Frederiksen welcomed the ministerial dialogue on renewable energy and energy policy, the statement added.