At the opening ceremony I2U2 leaders forward into the food production financial meltdown and clean energy, according to leaders from India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.
The leaders said in a Joint Statement today that they discussed innovative ways to ensure relatively long, more diverse agricultural production and food delivery models that can properly manage global food shocks.
According to the leaders, they intend to mobilize private sector resources and expertise to modernize infrastructure, advance low-carbon development pathways for enterprises, enhance patient safety and vaccine availability, and advance interconnectivity between Middle Eastern countries.
In their Joint Statement, the I2U2 insight into the role projects on Food Security and Clean Energy. The UAE will invest $2 billion to build a network of Embedded Food Parks throughout India that will use cutting-edge weather techniques to start reducing food waste and wastage, conserve fresh water, and use renewable resources.
India will provide suitable land for the venture and will help farmers integrate into the food parks. The private sectors of the United States and Israel will be invited to contribute their expertise and innovative solutions to the project’s overall sustainability.
These investments will aid in increasing crop yields and combating malnutrition in South Asia and the Middle East. The UAE will invest $2 billion to build a network of Embedded Food Parks throughout India that will use cutting-edge weather techniques to start reducing food waste and wastage, conserve fresh water, and use renewable resources.
The I2U2 Group will move forward with a hybrid renewable energy venture in Gujarat that will include 300 Mega Watts of wind or solar capacity, as well as a battery storage system.
A feasibility analysis for the 330-million-dollar project was funded by the US Trade and Development Agency. Companies based in the UAE are looking for ways to serve as invaluable information and investment partners.
Israel and the United States intend to collaborate with the United Arab Emirates and India to showcase private sector possibilities. Indian companies are eager to participate in this activity and help India reach its goal of 500 GW of non-fossil fuel load by 2030.