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A senior level UAE delegation will visit Germany on June 28 to explore ways the two countries can co-operate in the area of clean energy, as the Gulf nation pushes ahead with its target of achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

The delegation, headed by Sharif Al Olama, undersecretary of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, will include ministry officials and executives from Adnoc and Masdar to discuss energy opportunities, particularly in renewables and hydrogen, a ministry statement on Sunday said.

Several "promising partnerships" in the energy sector are expected to be signed during the visit, it said.

"The visit aims to establish sustainable co-operation mechanisms between the two countries, with the aim of maximising the benefit of the joint co-operation agreements signed by the two countries during the previous year," Mr Al Olama said.

"The visit will include introducing the benefits and services offered by the agreements to international companies in the energy sector in the two countries and the opportunities to build new and sustainable partnerships and ways to make optimal use of them."