India-Brazil-South Africa Declaration on Clean Energy

Source: IEA/IRENA Renewables Policies Database
Last updated: 9 July 2012
The second India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) summit was held in October 2007. At this summit, the three countries reached agreement to work together in the promotion of nuclear energy, clean energy technologies and other renewable energies and in the endorsement of climate change mitigation. In a presidential declaration, the countries noted agreement to pool resources to ensure a secure supply of safe, sustainable and non-polluting energy to meet global demand, particularly in developing countries. The declaration indicated that cooperation would include clean coal technologies and renewable energies such as biomass and innovative ways to transfer, develop and commercialise clean energy.

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