Iranian company seeking joint renewable energy projects with Slovakia
Tehran, Iran, March 29
By Mehdi Sepahvand - Trend:
Iran's water management service and equipment company Sanir is willing to engage in cooperation with Slovakia to carry out projects in the area of renewable energy, according to Sanir CEO Bahman Salehi.
Salehi said his company is willing to use Slovak technology to export goods and services to regional countries, IRNA news agency reported March 29.
The statements come in the wake of Slovak Minister of Economy Vazil Hudak's visit to Iran in early March where the meeting sides urged cooperation in renewable energy, nuclear energy, car manufacturing, telecommunication, waste management, and science parks.
During his visit, Hudak also paid visit to Sanir and explored venues of cooperation with the Iranian company.
Slovakia provides for 40 percent of its energy from renewable sources. The country will become the rotating chair of the European Union in the coming months.
Sanir has so far carried out 200 projects in the region, East Asia, Africa, and the Americas. The company is currently carrying out 17 projects in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Oman, Iraq, Ethiopia, the Iraqi Kurdistan, Sri Lanka, and Armenia.