Cuba and India have signed a protocol to boost co-operation in developing renewable energy from 2004-2006. Cuban and Indian representatives say the agreement will open new ways for bilateral co-operation. The two sides will together work on implementing scientific research program, exchanging experts and organising seminars and conferences. America Santos, Cuba's deputy minister for science, technology and environment, says Cuba has set up a "front for recycled energy" to help carry out projects using wind energy and other renewables to produce environmentally friendly energy.
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