India and Egypt talk renewable energy, green hydrogen


India’s prime minister Narendra Modi and the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, recently discussed ways to further deepen the partnership between the two countries in renewable energy among other sectors.

PM Modi also met with Hassan Allam, CEO of Hassan Allam Holding Co., one of the largest Egyptian companies operating in the Middle East and North African region, during his state visit to Egypt.

They discussed possibilities of forging closer cooperation with Indian companies in renewable energy and green hydrogen, among other sectors.

“This collaboration signifies the growing global partnerships that Hassan Allam Holding is pursuing, dedicated to sustainable development. It highlights the shared commitment of India and Egypt to foster innovation, tackle climate change, and build resilient infrastructure for the future,” stated Hassan Allam Holding.

Hassan Allam Holding has more than 85 years of experience in engineering, construction, and infrastructure, with the main focus on renewable energy, water, logistics, mobility, and social infrastructure.

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