Saudi Arabia starts 5 renewable energy projects to generate 3,300 MW of electricity

(MENAFN) According to the Saudi Press Agency, Saudi Power Procurement Co. has started five projects with a combined capacity of 3,300 megawatts to create power using renewable energy.

Three wind energy projects and two solar energy projects are part of the launch. Located in Yanbu, Al-Ghat, and Waad Al Shamal, the wind energy plants have a combined output capacity of 1800 MW, with 700 MW, 600 MW, and 500 MW dispersed, respectively.

The two solar energy installations have a combined output capacity of 1500 MW. The projects have capacity of 1100 MW and 400 MW, respectively, and are headquartered in Al Hinakiyah and Tabarjal. Moreover, the National Renewable Energy Program of the Ministry of Energy's fourth phase has seen the beginning of the projects.

The initiative is a component of the Kingdom's efforts to achieve the ideal energy mix for power generation from renewable energy sources, which is in accordance with Saudi Vision 2030.


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