MA’ADEN, a Saudi Arabian mining company, and GlassPoint, a U.S.-based solar energy solutions provider, have inked an initial deal to build the world’s largest solar-powered steam plant at the former’s refinery.
To aid in the decarbonization of the energy-intensive, coal-dependent process of producing aluminum, which ends up in our cell phones, computers, automobiles, and other products.
The new facility will help the mining company reduce its carbon emissions by approximately 600,000 tons per year, according to Arab News.
Click here to read the full article
Source: Interesting Engineering
If you have any questions or thoughts about the topic, feel free to contact us here or leave a comment below.