To the via in London, the Renewable Energy Forum, dedicated to investment opportunities and partnerships between the United Kingdom and Great Britain

The “Renewable Energy Forum”, organized by the Saudi British Joint Business Council (SBJBC), launched today in London, in collaboration with the Mayor of the City of London, to discuss investment opportunities and partnerships in the field of renewable energy and clean technologies.

Deputy Ambassador of the Guardian of the Two Holy Mosques, Hassan Al-Allaah – in a speech delivered on behalf of His Royal Highness Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, Ambassador of the Guardian of the Two Holy Mosques in Great Britain – welcomed attendees and attendees, explaining that the forum is looking for innovative solutions to maximize the economic benefit of the energy sector as a whole and research on the balance between access to energy and meeting commitments in matters of emissions.

Co-chair of the Saudi-British Joint Business Council, Dr Imad Al-Thukair, said the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has a strong relationship of trust with the UK, explaining that the Renewable Energy Forum aims to foster more partnerships. between the two countries in the development of clean energy.

For his part, Charles Bowman, former Mayor of the City of London, in a speech delivered on behalf of the Mayor of the City of London, Vincent Kevney, praised the bilateral relations between the two countries and the historical ties that have brought them together in recent years, underlining the UK’s readiness to partner with the Kingdom of Arabia Saudi Arabia to make it a success Saudi Vision 2030 programs in all fields, including renewable energy, benefiting from the UK experience and investment opportunities provided by the UK.

During the forum, closed-door discussion sessions were held between Saudi companies and British investors on the investment opportunities offered by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the fields of renewable energy, financial technology and the promotion of more partnerships in the development of clean energy. .

The forum aims to discuss investment and partnership opportunities in the field of renewable energy and clean technologies, including hydrogen production, and also addresses several key themes, including: clean and renewable energy programs in both countries and investment opportunities in they, in addition to financing clean energy projects and the role of each of the Saudi public investments and the city of London in it.