alfanar invests US$1.3bn in sustainable aviation fuel project

Reduced Alfanar Press Image 2022 03 17 at 4.39.17 PMalfanar is investing £1bn (US1.3bn) in the "Lighthouse Green Fuel" project to produce sustainable aviation fuel from waste, in Teesside, north east UK

The project, which is the first of its kind in the UK, produces more than 180 million litres of sustainable aviation fuel annually. This is sufficient to operate 15,000 flights per year, reducing harmful carbon emissions from conventional fuels by more than 700,000 tons annually.

The project is part of alfanar's ongoing Green Energy Development programme in different parts of the world, including Spain, India, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.

As part of his official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and during his visit to the Sabic Development Centre in Riyadh, Boris Johnson, the UK prime Minister, visited alfanar’s stand where he was briefed on the project.

Headquartered in Riyadh, alfanar manufactures electrical and construction products from its six facilities worldwide, develops and constructs projects globally and is involved in field services and operation & maintenance. With a diversified portfolio of products and services globally, it provides sustainable solutions in power, healthcare, oil & gas, water and social infrastructure.

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