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An MoU was signed by the Department of Commerce & Industries, Government of Karnataka with Ekolog, a Poland-based company having expertise in Clean Technologies sector. The initiative budget of MoU is 50 million US dollars, which is private investment.
Hyderabad: An MoU was signed by the Department of Commerce & Industries, Government of Karnataka with Ekolog, a Poland-based company having expertise in Clean Technologies sector. The initiative budget of MoU is 50 million US dollars, which is private investment.
The MoU was signed recently between Robest Jans, Director, Ekolog and K Rathna Prabha, Additional Chief Secretary to the Commerce & Industries Department in the presence of Minister for Large & Medium scale industries and Tourism, RV Deshpande.
As part of this MoU, Ekolog will establish a special high technology equipment factory to create a market in India and for exports purpose. Ekolog also declared that it would create a research and training centre of environmental technologies for local engineers and students.