Saudi’s Going Green With Energy-Saving LED Street Lights

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Saudi's Going Green With Energy-Saving LED Street Lights

Saudi Arabia is set to make history as the first G20 country to install energy-saving LED street lights!

Saudi's Going Green With Energy-Saving LED Street Lights

According to Mohammed Muaafa, the technical services director of the National Energy Services Co., known as Tarshid, he shared this exciting news during a panel titled “Saudi Vision 2030 Outlook” on the opening day of the Global Project Management Forum 2024 in Riyadh.

Iniatives have been put in place to align with the Vision 2030 renewable energy plans

Saudi's Going Green With Energy-Saving LED Street Lights

Muaafa highlighted Tarshid’s extensive work on numerous projects aimed at conserving electricity in both commercial and residential sectors across the Kingdom. These initiatives align with Saudi Arabia’s ambitious goals to produce 50 percent renewable electricity by 2030 and achieve net-zero emissions by 2060. “We will be the first country in the G20 to turn all street lamps into energy-saving ones,” Muaafa proudly stated.

The primary mission is to reduce electricity consumption

Saudi's Going Green With Energy-Saving LED Street Lights

Tarshid’s primary mission is to reduce electricity consumption and emissions, and their efforts have already yielded impressive results. According to Muaafa, the project has led to energy savings of 70-75 percent, showcasing the effectiveness of their initiatives.

This milestone is a significant step towards a more sustainable future for Saudi Arabia!

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