Kuwait pledges 15% renewable energy at peak times by 2030

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Kuwait affirms its commitment to renewable energy expansion with an ambitious 2030 target.

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 27: Kuwait’s Minister of Electricity, Water, and Renewable Energy, as well as Minister of State for Housing Affairs, Dr. Salem Al-Hajraf, reiterates the nation’s dedication to expanding the deployment of renewable energy projects. This commitment aims to realize Kuwait’s vision of generating a minimum of 15% of electrical energy during peak times from renewable sources by the year 2030.

In a press statement issued on Friday, coinciding with International Clean Energy Day, Minister Al-Hajraf underscores the urgency in advancing the Al-Shagaya renewable energy project. With a production capacity of 4,500 megawatts, the project is set to unfold in four phases, utilizing various solar energy technologies to pave the way for a sustainable future in Kuwait.

International Clean Energy Day, designated by the United Nations General Assembly on January 26 each year, serves as a global platform to raise awareness and promote efforts toward a just and comprehensive transition to clean energy. Minister Al-Hajraf’s remarks align with this broader mission, emphasizing Kuwait’s commitment to contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable energy landscape for the benefit of both humanity and the planet.

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