Saudi Arabia invites companies to bid for colossal renewables contracts

Jessica Shankleman
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Government publishes white paper detailing plans to install 54GW of clean energy capacity by 2032

Green businesses have welcomed the official launch of Saudi Arabia's massive renewable energy procurement programme, which could see 54GW of new capacity added to the grid by 2032. The government-backed...

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