[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]M[/dropcap]adhya Pradesh and the Singapore government have signed four MoUs including one on clean energy providing for setting up a 1000 MW wind energy project in the western part of the central Indian state, an official announcement said on Thursday.
The MoUs, others which deal with the fields of urban planning, skill development, and food processing, were signed at a business seminar attended by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on the third day of his visit to the Southeast Asian city-state, a state government release said.
The understanding for the wind energy project was signed by the state’s department of new and renewable energy with Singapore’s SembCorp Green Infra Ltd.
The MoU on urban planning was signed between Madhya Pradesh’s directorate of town and country Planning and the Singapore Cooperation Enterprise, on skill training between its department of technical education and skill development and Singapore’s ITE Education Services, and one on food processing between India’s LT Food Ltd and Singapore-based DSM Nutritional Products.
Chouhan said his state was moving ahead on its development roadmap, which had already given constructive results.
His delegation will return here on January 15.
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