Aramco Korea contributes to building an energy playground

Aramco Korea’s Representative Director Fahad A. Al-Sahali (center) poses for a photo with Seoul’s Director General Jong, Gwang-hyun (right), and Seoul Council on Social Welfare’s Chairman Jung, Yeon-bo (left), at the donation ceremony held in central Seoul, Tuesday.

Aramco Korea recently has contributed to the building of a playground outside Seoul Energy Dream Center, the landmark renewable energy education facility in the South Korean capital.

The energy playground, built for those who visit the Energy Dream Center, is fully equipped with natural energy sources, such as lights, winds, and solar heat.

Aramco Korea representative director Fahad Al-Sahali noted, “Aramco has long been as an active advocate of sustainable renewable energy sources. We are excited to take part in the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s new journey towards this direction. We will continue to make efforts to enhance public awareness of the importance of energy sources and how we can best utilize them, particularly for our young generations.”

Aramco Korea, a fully-owned subsidiary of Saudi Aramco, contributes to local society through a variety of activities, under the corporate social responsibility pillars of knowledge and environment. Donations carried out so far include scholarships for disabled college students, financial aid provided to disadvantaged children, and support for solving climate and environmental issues, via the Climate Change Center and the Aramco-KAIST CO2 Management Center.

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