Alfanar is delivering the LGF project in Billingham, UK. It is a privately owned, global company, with headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The company is primarily engaged in the manufacturing and trading of low-, medium-, and high-voltage electrical components and products. Additionally, Alfanar constructs a portfolio of conventional and renewable energy projects including wind, solar, water treatment, infrastructure, technical services, digital solutions, and electronics engineering.

With a global renewable power development portfolio of 1.75 GW Alfanar’s Global Development division is now focused on decarbonising the transportation sector. This includes the hard-to-decarbonise sectors such as aviation, marine and heavy goods vehicles. It currently has renewable fuels projects under development across the globe, including SAF, green hydrogen and green ammonia.

Alfanar has over 45 years of experience in manufacturing, integrated development, engineering, construction, and operation and maintenance across a variety of sectors. It has over 20,000 employees across 24 countries, including over 200 employees from the Alfanar Group in the UK. Alfanar’s decarbonisation division and Process Centre of Excellence are UK based and growing rapidly to support renewable fuels projects across the world.

Lighthouse Green Fuels

We are pleased to present our early plans for the LGF project in Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees. LGF will break new ground as the largest and most advanced facility of its kind in Europe producing advanced SAF. Following public consultation and pending planning consent, LGF will process over 1 million tonnes of non-recyclable waste and waste biomass feedstock each year.

The feedstock will be transformed into over 165 million litres of second-generation SAF per year to fuel aircraft at UK airports. We will also produce 30 million litres of green naphtha by-product. Green, or renewable, naphtha can be utilised in several chemical processes as green feedstock for petrochemicals or a potential gasoline blend. During the production process for both SAF and green naphtha we will capture the associated carbon emissions for sequestration, utilising carbon capture and storage technology.

In the coming months, LGF will complete a separate project to reinstate a 50 MW power plant to provide much needed power to the UK National Grid.