Desert Technologies Group launches ‘Nurun Digital Energy’ and launches its new product, ‘Sahara’
Riyadh – Desert Technologies Group, a global leader in renewable energy solutions, announced the launch of “Nurun digital energy” as a new company to be added to the group companies. Through this launch, the company presented its new product “Sahara Solar Containers”, which won several local and international awards. This expands Desert Technologies’ services in the field of solar energy, in line with Saudi Arabia’s renewable energy guidelines and the objectives of its Vision 2030, the National Energy Program and the King’s Initiative. Salman for renewable energy, as well as regional and global market requirements. This was done on the sidelines of his participation in the sixth edition of the Future Investment Initiative (FII) conference, which was held at the King Abdulaziz Convention Center in Riyadh from October 25 to 27, under the slogan “Investing in Humanity – Enabling a New World Order” with the participation of more than six thousand participants, five hundred speakers.
According to the statement released by Desert Technologies, the launch of “Nurun” and the official announcement of its product “Sahara” took place during the sixth edition of the Future Investment Initiative conference, given the global importance of this international event. , in the light of Saudi Arabia. Saudi’s objectives to invest and develop in the field of alternative energy and its support to the private sector to locate national industries in various fields, especially solar energy.
In a statement on the occasion, Mr. Khaled Sharbatly, CEO of Nurun Digital Energy, said: “Nurun digital energy, which is the first Saudi company to launch solar containers for power generation, and provides model solutions to high efficiency to supply energy outside. the electricity grid, is committed to working towards the transformation of off-grid electricity markets into markets based on clean and renewable energy, in order to achieve a lasting positive transformation, and to bring about fundamental changes and positive impacts on the electricity grid. ‘environment.
He added, “Since its inception in 2011, Desert Technologies has adopted international best practices to develop effective and efficient renewable energy solutions. Today we offer the Sahara autonomous and portable solar containers, available in three models: Sahara 35 kW, Sahara 60 kW and Sahara 60 Plus, in addition to the container for charging electric cars. Models include solar modules, inverters, batteries, controller and solar panels installed on prefabricated structures. These can be easily placed on site to generate electricity easier, faster and cheaper, making them suitable for multiple uses in remote and rural areas, military camps, border control, the infrastructure support and reinforcement for charging stations and electric vehicles, energy security for the oil and gas sector, telecommunications towers, support for response teams and emergency rescue services, islands and remote resorts, operation of farms and agricultural systems, water treatment, desalination and mining, labor and refugee camps, street and road lighting, utilities sanitary and cold stores, outdoor events and even electric planes. He added that the company is targeting markets in the GCC, Egypt and the African continent, especially sub-Saharan countries, and developing Asian countries. Sahara containers represent a highly efficient off-grid energy saving solution.
For his part, the CEO of Desert Technologies, Mr. Ahmed Al-Husseini, participated in the dialogue session held on the second day of the sixth edition of the Future Investment Initiative conference under the title “Impact: Embracing the ‘AI in the fight against climate change’. change” powered by the Boston Consulting Group. In it, a number of experts and participants highlighted the importance of adopting artificial intelligence to address climate challenges, and participants highlighted that the business sector faces major challenges in its fight against climate change, since only 9% of companies have carried out a complete measurement of their emissions, while the percentage of companies having reduced their emissions over the past year is only 11%. The participants discussed several points, the most important of which are: the use of artificial intelligence to accelerate the achievement of zero emissions, the role of artificial intelligence in consolidating the trend of renewable energies, the most that are driving artificial intelligence in this sector, and the financial benefits of using artificial intelligence in the fight against climate change. The session also discussed the importance of strategies to prepare for the consequences of climate change, and the role of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence in improving the ability to face climate challenges in vital ways. , to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.