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Iran, Denmark eye tie-ups in water, power

TEHRAN, September 25, 2016

Iran and Denmark recently discussed joint cooperation in the renewable energy sector, water resources, wastewater treatment and reuse, a report said.

"Given Denmark's capabilities and Iran's unique capacities in wind and solar energies, expansion of ties in renewable energies can be the main focus of future talks between the two sides,” Iran’s Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian was quoted as saying in the Iran Daily report, which cited Mehr News Agency.

"Taking advantage of modern technologies in water and wastewater treatment remains yet another venue for cooperation between the private sectors of the two countries,” he added.

Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate Lars Christian Lilleholt is set to visit Iran to discuss ways of boosting cooperation in the water and electricity sectors, the report said.




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