During May this year, the CEO of Alea Global Group, Mohammad Al Duaij, together with Alan MacLeod, CEO of Pure energy (REGen) Ltd, visited the newly built, fully-automated Jones Food Company (JFC) vertical farming production facility (JFC2), located in Lydney, UK.
Pure Energy are the assigned project advisors for the project development phases for a new Sustainable Infrastructure Development Project currently planned to be located within Kuwait, and JFC are appointed technology partners.
Together, the partnership will revolutionize the way Kuwait produces both energy and food in the future, based on a sustainable approach to food production through the application of advanced technology and whole system change.
With biogas plants and effective plastic waste segregation, it is possible to turn waste into usable energy.
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