Denmark aspires to set up wind turbine factory in Iran

TEHRAN, Jan. 05 (MNA) – Iran’s energy minister has announced Denmark’s readiness to build wind turbine factory in Iran in order to boost renewable energies in the country.

Following the meeting with the Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen on Monday afternoon, Iran’s Minister of Energy Hamid Chitchian said “Denmark has offered the proposal to make investments in building a wind turbine factory in the country in order to export their products to the regional countries through Iran.”

“The meeting was held with the aim of identifying possible investment opportunities in Iran’s water and electricity industries,” he underlined.

“As we approach the implementation of JCPOA, various countries and companies have expressed willingness to increase cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran,” noted Chitchian asserting “accordingly, we hosted Denmark’s foreign affairs minister as well as a number of the European country’s economic activists in the fields of water, electricity and energy.”

The official underlined that the good understanding between the Danish and Iran’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance to complete plans and projects adding “by good abilities of Danish experts in the fields of renewable energies, we hope to witness an effective bilateral cooperation.”

Published reports on Iran's commercial balance in the year 2014 indicated that by increasing ties with Iran by growth of 983 percent, by weight, Denmark managed to escalate its position from 20 to rank 9 of Iran's trade partner.




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