"Emirates Nuclear Energy" signs a memorandum of understanding with "Ago University"
Al-Hammadi and the president of "Ajo University" after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding.
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The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with "Ago University", a leading research institution based in Gyeonggi-do Province in South Korea. The MoU provides a framework for cooperation in research, development and innovation in the energy sector.
The MoU was signed by Mohammed Ibrahim Al Hammadi, CEO of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, and Park Hyung Jo, President of “Ajo University”.
The memorandum of understanding strengthens the continuous cooperation between the UAE and South Korea in the fields of research and development, which leads to the strengthening of the relationship between the two countries and opening the doors to new opportunities in various fields in the energy sector in both countries.
The MoU comes within the framework of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation's long-term strategy to invest in research and development, to support the process of continuous development and innovation in the peaceful nuclear energy sector, in addition to supporting the application of nuclear energy expertise and technologies in other related sectors.
Aju University, founded in 1973, is one of the most important research universities in the fields of engineering, energy and information technology, in addition to being the first academic institution in South Korea to establish a research center specializing in energy.
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation is responsible for developing the UAE's peaceful nuclear program and its pioneering project represented by the Barakah Peaceful Nuclear Energy Plants, one of the largest nuclear power plants in the world, and after its establishment in 2009, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation provides safe, reliable and environmentally friendly electrical energy, using nuclear energy. , In order to support sustainable social and economic growth in the UAE. Finally, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation celebrated its most important historic achievement so far, with the start of commercial operation of the first Barakah Nuclear Power Plant, which currently produces about 1,400 megawatts of carbon-free electricity, 24/7 for homes and business sectors in All parts of the UAE, thus becoming the largest contributor to reducing carbon emissions in the country, and contributing to confronting the phenomenon of climate change.
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