Gulf Renewable Lab to test efficiency of Desert Technologies’ solar panels

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Eng. Mohammed Al Muaili & Eng. Majid Al-Refaie at the signing ceremony

Desert Technologies, the first Saudi manufacturer and exporter of solar panels and a global leader in the field of renewable energy solutions, has signed a cooperation agreement with the Gulf Renewable Lab, a company specialized in standardized tests of renewable energy systems.

The agreement, signed by Eng. Majid Al-Refaie, Chief Commercial Officer of Desert Technologies and Eng. Mohammed Al Muaili, the Chief Operation Officer of the Gulf Renewable Lab, aims to examine and test the solar panels produced by the company and to provide safety, quality and efficiency tests according to the latest international specifications.

Majid Al-Refaie
Eng. Majid Al-Refaie
Desert Technologies

“We are very proud to work with the Gulf Renewable Lab to examine and test the solar panels produced by our plant. This is a great opportunity to provide and certify the highest quality of energy services. Desert Technologies has more than 12 years of experience, and is the first Saudi company that manufactures solar panels.”

Mr. Al-Refaie stressed that this agreement is in line with the objectives of the “Made in Saudi Arabia” program emanating from the National Industrial Development and Logistics Program, one of the largest programs of the Kingdom’s 2030 development vision, maximizing the national product and supporting efforts aimed at localizing this vital sector and enhancing local content and manufacturing components for solar energy production locally.

Eng. Al Muaili stressed that the Gulf Renewable Lab plays a significant role in supporting the initiatives of Saudi Vision 2030 by building global partnerships in the field of renewable energy with many leading Saudi companies to provide efficiency and standard quality tests according to the latest international specifications. It also provides its services from its center in Saudi Arabia to all countries of the GCC, the Middle East and Egypt.

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