Saudi Aramco partners with foreign PV manufacturers for local deployment

Saudi Aramco is one of the world's three largest oil companies (see the report "The Race to Replace Reserves") and is setting its eyes on solar energy, quite seriously, with several solar projects underway. Saudi Aramco's President and CEO, Khalid A. Al-Falih, inaugurated a 3.5 MW project at the com...

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