(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 28. Implementation of
the project covering transfer of green energy from Azerbaijan to
Romania and Hungary through Georgia and the Black Sea continues,
Azerbaijan's Energy Minister Parviz Shahbazov said, trend reports via the
Shahbazov made the remark within the Berlin Energy Transition
Dialogue conference during a roundtable dedicated to perspectives
for a future energy partnership.
According to him, this is a new project of the supply of energy
resources which is supported by the European Union (EU).
“At the initial stage, it's planned to transfer four GW of
energy, thereby Azerbaijan will become an important supplier of
green energy for Europe. All this, as well as potential and plans
of our country in connection with green energy, are opportunities
for partnership with companies from Germany,” the minister
Besides, at the meeting, the strategic role of Azerbaijan's
traditional energy sources, especially natural gas, in the safe
energy supply of partner countries, and the further diversification
of Azerbaijan's gas supply geography as a result of the expansion
of the Southern Gas Corridor were discussed.
It was also stressed that Azerbaijan continues implementation of
the projects on the production and export of green energy based on
renewable energy potential of about 200 GW, cooperation
opportunities in the country's Karabakh and Eastern Zangazur
regions, and the concept of the green energy zone with net zero
emissions, with international energy companies.
Cooperation opportunities in Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan were also
brought to the attention of the event participants.
The roundtable was held with the participation of more than 20
German energy companies and business circles. including the German
Wind Energy Association, Eastern Business Association, Federal
Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade, Siemens
Energy, Uniper, Notus Energy, Energy Agency-DENA,
Germany-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce, EDEG ED-Energy, DEIG
Energietechnik, ALPHA GmbH, Windcomp GmbH, SAP SE and others.
During the roundtable, new cooperation opportunities were
discussed within the Azerbaijan's policy of diversifying energy
supply sources and energy transition plans.
The parties expressed the interest in cooperation on the
transmission of Azerbaijan's electricity, renewable energy and
green hydrogen, the production of solar panels, and