Saudi Arabia to launch $30-50bn renewable energy programme

Michael Holder
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Tenders to be invited within weeks for an envisaged 10GW of renewables projects as kingdom seeks to diversify economy beyond oil

Saudia Arabia is planning to launch tenders within weeks for a new renewable energy programme it expects to be worth between $30-50bn of investment by 2023. The kingdom's energy minister Khalid Al-Falih...

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