Who We Are

We are a global project developer, engineering construction & technology solutions provider with roots in Saudi Arabia.

What We Do

We capitalize on our engineering expertise and deploy advanced technologies to deliver on key projects for our clients and partners.

Business Lines

Our vast experience across different sectors enables us to keep up with the complex needs of our dynamic world.




the world.

Our brand purpose is to answer the complex needs of our world. And as climate change threatens the existence of our civilization and that of future generations, we have come together 'with the world' to fight this change.

We develop, construct, and operate renewable energy and green fuels projects to decarbonize the global economy. As a business, we are conscious of our impact on the world. And so, our Sustainability Policy comprises of the following four practices:

  • Environmental Practices

We adopt modern methodologies and processes to rationalize the use of resources and minimize negative environmental impacts, while urging suppliers and partners to fulfill environmental regulations.


  • Social Practices

We support social, cultural, and technological initiatives carried out by communities, and take preference in solutions that aid their development.


  • Governance Practices

We entrench a culture of transparency across our global operations by establishing internal departments that adopt clear operational procedures and policies to ensure consistency and compliance. This is also coupled with internal auditing teams that continuously review and report all activities.


  • Economic Practices

We anticipate, meet, and exceed the market needs by developing innovative and sustainable solutions, and exploring possibility in the unexpected, while supporting development of local content.

When it comes to sustainability, we walk the talk.


First Development Project

Awarded largest Solar Photovoltaic project under Feed-in-Tariff program in 2015 – our 50 MW contribution to Benban Solar Park, Egypt.

Construction was carried out from 2018 until 2019.


Project Lanuza - Wind Farm in Spain

Awarded largest wind farm project of 500 MW under competitive tendering, which marked our entry into the European renewable energy market.

This project is spread across 23 sites in three regions of Spain.


Major Wind Projects in India

Awarded 2x300 MW wind farm projects in Gujarat, India.


Acquired Senvion India

Acquired the Indian arm of the German OEM for Wind Turbine Generators (WTG).


Awarded Sustainable Aviation Fuel Plant Project

Currently developing and constructing a SAF plant in Teesside, United Kingdom. Once operational, the plant will produce more than 180 million liters of SAF annually in the United Kingdom.


Signed Green Hydrogen Agreements

Signed an MoU with Egyptian authorities to develop and construct a $4 billion green hydrogen project in Egypt.

Know more about some of our sustainable development projects.



Lighthouse Green Fuels Project

We are developing and constructing a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) plant in Teesside, UK.



50 MW Solar PV Project

Electricity generated from the Benban Solar PV Park in Egypt has offsetted 57,000 T of annual carbon dioxide emissions.



2x300 MW Wind Projects

Our wind energy projects in Gujarat, India, recently received the 'Gold Standard' registration.



Wind Farms in Spain

Know all about our wind projects in Spain.

View Our Latest News

Here you can read the latest news about our sustainability initiatives as well as renewable energy and green fuels projects.

Mar 17, 2024

• Sustainability

UK’s State Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero visits Alfanar Projects

Feb 15, 2024

• MoU/Agreements

Alfanar projects attends the Saudi-Swiss roundtable and sign an MoU with ionair

Nov 30, 2023

• Press Release

Alfanar selects Air Liquide to provide license and engineering services for their Sustainable Aviation Fuel facility in Teesside, UK

Nov 17, 2023

• Press Release

Alfanar's Lighthouse Green Fuels, a green aviation fuel plant, secures additional £8.66 million in government funding