Abdul Latif Jameel Energy / FRV Corporate Film
With a focus on environmental and social responsibility, as well as regional government initiatives, Abdul Latif Jameel Energy is prioritizing energy efficiency and reduced consumption of finite resources. Through its solar and wind energy developer, FRV, which it acquired in 2015, Riyadh-based Abdul Latif Jameel Energy has gained over ten years of proven international capability in renewables from developing to mature renewables markets.
September 24, 2019
FRV Mexico: Potrero Solar
The potential for renewable energy Latin America is clear - sunny climate and favorable wind conditions make it an ideal location. Mexico, in particular, is highlighted as one of the countries with the best solar resources in the world and Abdul Latif Jameel Energy's FRV is paving the way to a new energy dawn in the country.
November 4, 2019
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy's FRV inaugurates two 50 MWdc solar plants in Jordan
The Mafraq I and Empire photovoltaic solar plants generate approximately 1.5 per cent of Jordan’s total power generation capacity: enough to supply more than 40,500 homes per year and equivalent to removing more than 44,000 cars from the country’s roads.
The solar plants represent a total investment of US $180 million, highlighting FRV’s commitment to renewable energy development in Jordan and its support to communities where the company operates.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/2PKBT9Y
November 14, 2019
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy's Almar Water Solutions acquires Osmoflo SpA Chile
Almar Water Solutions, a leading global developer of water infrastructure projects and part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, today expanded its proposition into the wider water services sector with the acquisition of Osmoflo SpA, a progressive water treatment company headquartered in Chile. With this acquisition, Almar Water Solutions aims to address Latin America's ongoing water challenges, providing diverse, flexible and high technology water and wastewater solutions.
July 31, 2019
Abdul Latif Jameel: Fady Jameel Spotlight - "Troubled Waters"
Only a handful of challenges are large enough to unite humanity in a common cause. Climate change is one, prompting the development of new methods and technologies designed to provide sustainable solutions for generations to come. And now, more than ever, a new and even greater and more potent threat is demanding our World’s attention: Water.
Read more: https://bit.ly/313u6rC
February 4, 2020
FRV in Australia
For a brief moment on the 6th of November 2019, Australia was the world leader in renewable energy. For those few minutes, renewables were providing more than 50% of power, to five states.
This event is representative of Australia’s progress in developing renewable energy capacity as the country hit its 2020 target of generating 33,000 GW/h from sustainable sources, one year early.
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy's FRV has developed a leading position in the Australian renewables market. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2S9jl2I
June 8, 2020
World Oceans Day 2020
Our oceans are incredible.
They produce more than half of the world’s oxygen, store 50 times more CO2 than our atmosphere, and are the World’s largest source of protein, with over 3 billion people dependant on them as their primary protein source. Combined, they produce close to 100 million tons of food every year.
May 18, 2020
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy's FRV La Solanilla 50 MWdc Solar Plant commences operations
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), an Abdul Latif Jameel Energy company, and a leading global developer of renewable utility-scale projects, has announced the commencement of commercial operations of its latest 50 MW dc solar plant, known as La Solanilla.
After producing its first kWh in 2019, La Solanilla will now generate approximately 103 GWh of clean energy, which will supply approximately 35,000 Spanish homes and avoid the emission of approximately 72,000 tons of CO2 annually.
Learn more: https://bit.ly/2yN2EEW
May 18, 2020
Abdul Latuf Jameel Energy's FRV Goonumbla Solar Farm NSW Australia generates First kWh
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy/FRV's new 67.8 MW ac Goonumbla Solar Plant in New South Wales, Australia, has started generating its first kWh of clean energy and it is expected to reach full capacity during the coming months.
The plant will produce approximately 195,000 MWh of clean energy per year. This power output is enough to supply energy to more than 45,000 Australian households and avoid the emission of around 140,000 tons of CO2 annually.
Learn more: https://frv.com https://alj.com/energy
February 25, 2020
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy: Understanding Renewable Energy - Solar Photovoltaic Cells
The sunlight falling on Earth, every day, outshines all other energy sources on the planet. In a single hour, the power from the sun that strikes the Earth is more than the entire world consumes in a year.
In 2018 alone, humans consumed around 167,000 TWh hours of energy, around 80% of which came from fossil fuels. Combating climate change through decarbonizing our economy is one aspect of the most pressing issue facing the world and with sunlight so abundant, how can we harness it all this free energy for a cleaner more sustainable future? Solar Photovoltaic, or Solar PV, technology is one answer. But how does it work?
Learn more in this video, or visit: https://www.alj.com/en/energy-and-environmental-services/energy-overview/ https://frv.com
March 5, 2020
Abdul Latif Jameel Energy/FRV Solar Grazing at La Jacinta
Solar energy production has gained momentum, not just a sustainable resource but also in its economic benefits. Construction costs decreased 37% between 2013 and 2017. In H1 2019, the levelized cost of utility-scale solar dropped a further 18%. Yet challenges still remain in the operation of large-scale solar plants. The open space they require often means they occupy land traditionally used for agriculture. Solar grazing presents a solution with many environmental and land use benefits.