New laboratory equipment presented to energy training centerSociety
Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/. On May 11, GIZ’s Energy Efficiency
Project (EEP) officially handed over new training equipment to the
Mongolian Energy Training Center.
“Human development is the most important issue, and GIZ is the first to address this. Therefore, we are pleased to be able to support a request of the Ministry of Energy to upgrade the training center to the best of our ability through the Energy Efficiency Project,” said Mr. David Hancock, Project Manager of the GIZ’s EEP Project, during his speech.
G. Enkhtaivan, Head of the Policy and Planning Department of the Ministry of Energy, said: “Capacity building is a key condition for improving the reliability of the energy sector, reducing accidents and improving the quality of repairs, thereby reducing the sector's inefficient costs and creating huge economic savings. These laboratories and equipment handed over to the Training Center in the year of ‘Capacity Building for Energy Sector Workers’ are a valuable contribution to the reliable operation and economic efficiency of the energy sector. Therefore, the Mongolian government would like to thank GIZ and the project team for implementing it and hope that our long-term cooperation will continue to be successful.”
Commissioned by Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, the Energy Efficiency Project is funded by the governments of Germany, Switzerland and the Municipality of Ulaanbaatar.
Source: GIZ Mongolei