GE supports Saudi Arabia’s renewable energy generation
The plans of Saudi Arabia to increase its power generation to meet the growing needs of industrial, commercial and domestic consumers have got further boost with GE reassuring its support to all such projects.
According to the company's senior officials as a matter of fact, GE is eager to increase its support for Saudi Arabia's efforts to boost the share of renewable energy in electricity generation.
They said, the global industrial giant is also investing millions of dollars to support the company's fleet to manufacturing.
Mohammed S. Mohaisen, CEO, power generation, products and services sales, Middle East, GE said, the company has a diversity of solutions between wind, solar, nuclear and gas to help Saudi Arabia to reach its goals.
Mohaisen mentioned in an interview, Saudi Arabia represents to us one of the largest markets in the region and globally. GE has been a major player in Saudi Arabia for many decades, he added.
He said, we have 800 employees in the power and water business across the region to support the Saudi based fleet operating out of the three cities Riyadh, Dammam and Jeddah technically, commercially and from an engineering standpoint.
GE is all out to support the Kingdom's new developmental strategy, especially in localization, creating jobs for Saudi nationals and driving the economic diversification, through the company's various partnerships in key growth sectors, he said.
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