• Milk parlors;
  • A mechanic and maintenance workshop;
  • Feed factory;
  • Staff accommodation;
  • Biogas plant; and
  • Fertilizer manufacturing amenities


Al Rawabi said it will process waste from the project to produce green energy. It also aims to generate 10 megawatts of clean energy through solar panels.


“[Alongside] to supporting local farms and creating job opportunities in the local farming sector, our agreement presents a positive boost for regional consumers by offering easier access to fresh produce,” said Abdullah Al Hameli, Head of Economic Cities & Free Zones Cluster.