Mohammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia in 2017. The project aims to create a new, high-tech metropolis in a remote area of the country along the Red Sea coast. The goal of the project is to build a city that is powered entirely by renewable energy, and that is home to cutting-edge technologies and advanced infrastructure. The project is also intended to be a hub for industry and commerce, and will be a place where people from around the world can live, work, and visit.
One of the key elements of the NEOM project is its focus on sustainability. The city is planned to run on 100% renewable energy, and to use advanced technologies to conserve resources and minimize waste. The city will also be designed to be walkable and bike-friendly, with a focus on public transportation and shared mobility. The project also envisions a wide range of green spaces and parks, as well as a focus on preserving the natural environment in the area.
Another important aspect of the NEOM project is its focus on innovation and technology. The project aims to attract leading technology companies and startups, as well as top talent from around the world. The city is planned to be home to research centers and universities, and will serve as a test bed for new technologies and innovations.
The NEOM project is a massive undertaking, with an estimated cost of $500 billion, and it is expected to take many years to complete. The project is being led by a government-controlled development company, the NEOM Company, which is responsible for overseeing the planning, development, and operation of the city.
The project is looking for cooperation of private companies and government to achieve the goal. The final outcome is a subject of a much debate, and the project still being under development. It is important to note that, the project has been in works for a few years now, but there has been a lot of criticism about it , one of the main issues being its cost, how to fund it, the effect on the environment, the potential impact on the local population and the lack of transparency on many aspects.
The development will include various features such as:
- Advanced infrastructure, including smart buildings, transportation networks, and renewable energy sources
- High-tech industries such as biotechnology, artificial intelligence, and clean energy
- Attractive lifestyle options for residents, including parks, beaches, and cultural attractions
- A self-sufficient and sustainable community that will rely on desalination and renewable energy sources for its water and power needs
The project is expected to cover an area of 26,500 square kilometres, larger than Belgium and will be located in Tabuk province, near the border with Jordan and Egypt. The estimated cost of the project is $500 billion, and it is expected to be completed over the next few decades.
The goal is to create jobs and revenue to decrease the Kingdom’s dependence on oil exports and diversify the economy. It will also be a “model for sustainable living” with a focus on technological innovation.
Dana Steel is one of the companies that is approved and now involved in providing materials or services for the construction of the project, such as steel for buildings and infrastructure. Dana Steel is a leading manufacturer and supplier of steel products based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The company produces a wide range of products including steel coils, sheets, and other related products that are used in a variety of industries such as construction, engineering, and manufacturing.
DANA Steel (www.danasteel.com) is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, with the rich experience of around three decades, we have always thrived hard in order to bring revolutionary changes to the steel industry; We have our state of the art Cold Rolling Mill (CRM Complex) Situated in DIC (Dubai Industrial City) we proudly manufacture our products in Dubai, UAE.
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