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Saudi Arabia aims to achieve a 95% reduction in liquid fuel consumption in its agriculture sector by 2030. The Ministry of Environment, Water, and Agriculture's Liquid Fuel Displacement Program will replace liquid fuels with electricity from the grid, benefiting more than 10 government entities and 20 private companies. The program will enhance operational capacity, improve sustainability, and provide support for necessary modifications in the agricultural sector. The rollout will initially target major agricultural companies, followed by large and smaller farms. The ministry is focused on increasing self-sufficiency in fruit and vegetable production and improving quality and safety standards.

Saudi Arabia eyes reducing liquid fuel consumption by 95% for agriculture sector

Saudi Arabia aims to achieve a 95% reduction in liquid fuel consumption in its agriculture sector by 2030. The Ministry of Environment, Water, and Agriculture’s Liquid Fuel Displacement Program will replace liquid fuels with electricity from the grid, benefiting more than 10 government entities and 20 private companies. The program will enhance operational capacity, improve sustainability, and provide support for necessary modifications in the agricultural sector. The rollout will initially target major agricultural companies, followed by large and smaller farms. The ministry is focused on increasing self-sufficiency in fruit and vegetable production and improving quality and safety standards.

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