NewLink Technology Limited, a prominent global player in energy IoT solutions and China’s largest digital energy asset operator has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the China Innovation Centre at Dubai Chambers (C.I.C.) to advance renewable energy and green technology industries in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The MOU, signed during the Dubai Business Forum 2023, expands upon NewLink’s existing partnership with the Dubai Chambers, emphasizing the joint vision of “Empowering the World with Green Energy.”
Key highlights of the MOU include:
- Policy Insights and Recommendations: C.I.C. will provide crucial policy insights to inform decisions on adopting sustainable energy solutions in the UAE, fostering the growth of renewable energy and green technology industries in the region.
- Talent and Research Exchange: The agreement facilitates talent and research exchanges in renewable energy between the UAE and China, fostering knowledge-sharing and expertise to advance research and enhance trade connections.
- COP28 Showcase: During COP28 in December 2023, C.I.C. will host a showcase for NewLink and other Chinese renewable energy technology companies. This event will spotlight the latest innovations of NaaS Technology, a NewLink subsidiary, in green energy solutions.
NewLink recognized as one of the Top 500 Global New Energy Companies, is dedicated to advancing sustainable energy solutions globally. The MOU aims to bring innovative green energy solutions to the UAE and promote digitalization in the transport energy system in the region.
Mr Zhen DAI, Founder and CEO of NewLink, expressed excitement about the renewed partnership, emphasizing the commitment to a sustainable future with improved energy stability and efficiency.
NaaS Technology Inc., a subsidiary of NewLink, is the first U.S.-listed EV charging service company in China, offering comprehensive solutions to energy asset owners and supporting the transition to sustainable energy sources.
NewLink has been actively participating in international climate conferences, including the UN Climate Change Conference in 2021 and 2022, showcasing its expertise in energy digitalization and carbon emission reduction.