Red Sea Global Partners With ILF Consulting Engineers For Major Carbon-Neutral Utility System In Saudi Arabia


Red Sea Global of Saudi Arabia has signed up ILF Consulting Engineers to be an independent engineer in the implementation phase for a major, carbon-neutral utility system.


ACWA Power, a leading Saudi utility developer, is developing the project under the PPP model. It is expected to cost approximately $1.5 billion.

When the project is completed, it will supply renewable power, potable, wastewater treatment, and district cooling. It will also provide solid waste treatment services to 16 hotels, and an airport, as well as infrastructure for Phase One of The Red Sea destination, Saudi Arabia.


A company spokesperson said that the renewable energy will come from a solar PV plant of 340 MWac and a 1,200MW battery energy storage system (BESS) as well as an internal combustion engine with 108.98MW capacity.


Red Sea Global’s ambitious journey begins with the Saudi PIF unit, and the ILF Consulting Engineers will continue to advise it, according to the spokesman.

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He concluded that “The extension of our involvement in this landmark project is seen as both a sign of trust and a mandate for us to continue delivering engineering excellence through the integrated team consisting of ILF Consulting Engineers from Saudi Arabia, Germany, Austria, and Polska.”

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