From meeting local content requirements to establishing a local supply chain, the Saudi solar and renewable energy sector is going through a complete transformation.
In KSA, the solar energy target of 40 GW of Vision 2030 presents great opportunities for the PV industry, renewable energy and the country by reducing oil dependency and supporting local components. The combination of the National Renewable Energy Program (NREP), and the King Salman Renewable Energy Initiative will drive the potential of renewable energy in Saudi Arabia but what will be the impact of Saudisation and local content programs, and how should they develop to ensure their success?
- Opportunities and Challenges in establishing a local supply chain for solar and the renewable energy industry
- Policies and legal strategies requirements
- Discuss local content strategies and programs deployed in the sector
- How to ensure the vision is met alongside local content requirements