Theresa May meets Indian PM
The Indian and UK prime ministers Narendra Modi and Theresa May have unveiled plans to establish a joint research and development centre to support solar innovations.
Speaking earlier today at the start of the India-UK Tech Summit in New Delhi, Modi said that the Indian and UK science communities were “providing solutions for clean energy and climate change mitigation”.
“We have agreed to establish [the] India-UK Clean Energy R&D Centre on solar energy with joint investment of £10 million,” Modi added.
Speaking ahead of the event, May said that she believed the two countries could “achieve great things” by collaborating, developing “new technologies and improving our cities, tackling terrorism and climate change”.