Governments and industries across the globe have set targets for sustainable growth with varying degrees of success. Most initiatives to cut carbon emissions rely on renewables, while clean fuels such as hydrogen are also explored. Middle Eastern economies have even turned towards recycling cooking oil and agricultural waste to create biodiesel.
Biofuels are created from different sources, including vegetable oils and animal fats. Expert attention is carried out to verify the sustainability of B100 biodiesel by tracking where the origin of crops it was extracted from. This resource will support storage batteries for solar plants at six locations across the Red Sea Project.
The green tourism destination will be the world’s largest destination powered by 100% clean energy throughout the year. The Red Sea Project’s sustainable push was planned based on a marine spatial simulation. Upon completion, it will track its environmental impact through a smart system.