Inter-Islamic Network on Renewable Energy Sources (INRES)
Réseau inter-islamique pour l'energie renouvelable
Oct 1987, Islamabad (Pakistan), within the framework of the Plan of Action of OIC Ministerial Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH), at the instigation of Islamic Foundation for Science, Technology and Development (IFSTAD), then a specialized agency of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Previously also referred to as International Network on Renewable Energy Sources. Currently suspended (2013).
Cooperate in research areas of common interest with a view mutual assistance in building capability in the field; exchange information and maintain continuing dialogue on developments in the field for mutual benefit and use; initiate joint research and development projects of common interest to member countries; assist in training of quality manpower for Muslim countries in the field.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes symposia and workshops. Develops a 'Solar Park'. Engages in joint research projects and studies.
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Arabic, English, French.
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Members in 19 countries
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