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Sharjah Sustainable City becomes the first community to show smart energy storage solutions

SEE institute signed an MoU with German company Hager to test and deploy the latest technology

Sharjah Sustainable City recently announced that they will provide sustainable and clean energy to its residents and will become the first community to showcase smart energy storage solutions, according to media reports. SEE institute, which is the research and development arm, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with German-based Hager Group to test and deploy the latest technologies and innovations curtailing demand management and smart energy solutions.

Hager Group offers varied energy solutions such as battery storage, EV charging stations (EEBUS) along with energy management systems that allow users to control and balance different energy sources and loads.

With this recent development, the Sharjah Sustainable City aims to be a leader in shaping the way towards a cleaner and greener world. It has also identified that sharing knowledge and the right kind of partnership are the keys to reach their goal and it will also help aims to be a leader in shaping the way towards a cleaner and greener world.

The MoU with Hager group is one of the many examples of the Sharjah Sustainable City projects that are happening all over the world. These efforts are having a positive impact on global climate change, which is leading the way towards sustainable living.

Earlier this week, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and World Government Summit today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the development of the renewable energy sector globally, with specific focus on the energy system.

It is reported that both the organisations will use their convening power to identify effective solutions to meet global challenges, promote sustainable development and support governments, while shaping a better future for generations to come.

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