Saudi Arabia Reviews Climate Efforts, Clean Energy Projects at FII Brazil Summit

Saudi Arabia’s Climate Envoy Adel Al-Jubeir stated that the Kingdom is one of the largest investors in clean energy during his participation in the Future Investment Initiative Institute’s Priority Summit in Brazil, reported the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Al-Jubeir, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Cabinet member, highlighted the Kingdom’s ambitious goal to become one of the largest worldwide exporters of all types of energy, including clean, renewable and traditional energy.

The Minister emphasized that oil will be part of energy sources for several decades and the Kingdom is pursuing to produce energy from various sources with high efficiency.

He reviewed the most significant objectives of the Saudi Vision 2030 and its major focus on promoting the quality of life, empowering youth and capturing investment opportunities to achieve stability, growth and prosperity in the Kingdom.

Furthermore, Al-Jubeir showcased the Saudi projects and initiatives aimed at reducing the effects of climate change, as follows:

  • The waste recycling program
  • Clean and renewable energy projects
  • The largest hydrogen project in the world that is being established in the north of the Kingdom (NEOM)

Al-Jubeir stressed the importance of close communication among countries to combat the climate challenges and any other challenges.

In the same context, he noted that Saudi Arabia is currently intensifying its communication and rapprochement with the world to alleviate climate challenges due to its distinguished location between three continents and its promising initiatives to build worldwide strategic partnerships.

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