Al Hajraf: Kuwait is one of the first countries in the world in terms of per capita energy and water consumption.

The Deputy Director General of the Foundation for Scientific Progress, Dr. Salim Al-Hajraf, stated that Kuwait and the Gulf region are limited in their renewable energy production to wind and solar energy. Owing to the unavailability of natural resources for other technologies and that the main center for renewable energy production in Kuwait is the Shaqaya station.
There are several other projects, including the processing of 150 houses, over 50 of which have been completed and the rest are in the process of being completed. Hajraf stressed that the experiments gave us enough information on how to manage renewable energy projects, and referred to the role of the Ministry and the Government in establishing specific economic incentives for the citizen and In the investment of home surfaces for renewable energy, he added that existing laws existed but the mechanism of implementation was not on the ground, and he appealed and Ministry of Electricity to motivate citizens using this technique this would reduce conventional energy consumption that is higher and more expensive Damage to the environment the State should develop plans to rationalize consumption of water and electricity, as Kuwait was one of the first three countries in the world in terms of per capita energy and water consumption.