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President leaves Abu Dhabi with promises of renewable energy and three new agreements

The President of the Republic – who at a conference in Abu Dhabi announced that around 77 percent of the electricity produced in Angola will come from renewable energies by 2025 – witnessed the signing of agreements in the area of transport and energy.


As part of the Sustainability Week, Angola and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed this Tuesday, in Abu Dhabi, three cooperation agreements in the fields of transport and renewable energies.

According to the Presidency, the Minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges, signed an agreement linking his sector to the company Masdar, under which the latter will produce up to two gigawatts of energy in Angola, with a first phase of 500 megawatts.

The Minister of Transport, Ricardo D'Abreu, signed a legal instrument with the Abu Dhabi Ports Company, which "will ensure closer cooperation and exchange of information in the areas of cooperation already established".

An agreement was also signed with the emirati company Ad Ports Group for the rehabilitation and modernization of the transport and logistics operator, Unicargas.

It should be recalled that João Lourenço participated this Tuesday in a panel on clean energy in Africa, within the scope of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2023.


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