Egypt’s PM reviews the progress of COP27 preparations

As the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 is getting closer Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly has started reviewing the preparations of the projects for COP27. PM held a meeting with the concerned ministries to get updates on the projects aligned with the nation’s climate action targets.


The Egyptian Cabinet spokesperson Nader Saad informed that the meeting emphasized several projects and the ministers shared the updates to the PM regarding the same. The discussion also focused on contacting the national and international organizations interested in sponsoring the event to help promote it globally. PM Mostafa Madbouly instructed the ministries to prioritise the initiatives in order to showcase them at the COP26 summit and make it successful. The meet

The main highlight of the meeting was the discussion with the Electricity and New and Renewable Energy Minister Mohamed Shaker. While addressing the meeting the PM highlighted the need to escalate the state’s renewable energy capacity, especially from wind power. He further highlighted the role of green hydrogen and clean energy in the generation of electricity. 

As reported by the Nader Saad the progress on green hydrogen projects in the Dabaa nuclear power plant was also taken up. The state also announced the planned collaboration with the UAE on a 10-gigawatt wind farm project to be signed on the occasion of Eidul Adha.