Kyrgyzstan And Korea's K-Water Join Forces To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan, April 18. The Ministry
ofEnergy of Kyrgyzstan and the Korea Water Resources DevelopmentCorporation (K-Water) have signed a memorandum of understanding andcooperation aimed at reducing greenhouse gas
emissions, Trend reports.

According to the Ministry
of Energy of Kyrgyzstan, the objectiveof the memorandum is to provide a framework for cooperation andpromote advancements in the exploration and development ofinternational projects aimed at reducing greenhouse gas
emissionsusing renewable

It was noted that this represents a major advancement incooperative efforts to address environmental issues.

K-Water, established in 1967, is a state agency responsible forthe comprehensive development of water resources and providingwater for both domestic and industrial purposes in South Korea. Theagency's activities encompass the construction, operation, andmanagement of integrated water resource projects, as well asprojects related to renewable

According to Kyrgyzstan's State Statistical Committee, thecountry generated over 3.434 billion kWh of electricity fromJanuary through February 2024, which is an 8.2 percent decreasecompared to the same months in 2023.


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