October 2, 2022
State-of-the-art technology will be used in Qatar World

State-of-the-art technology will be used in Qatar World

State-of-the-art technology will be used in Qatar World Cup to protect the environment

Not only all the modern facilities, the upcoming World Cup in Qatar will use the world’s most advanced technology to protect the environment. During the tournament, there will be special measures to control the temperature of the entire area including the stadium, but it will not have a negative impact on the environment, the organizers say. World Cup will have solar electric cars for tourists and spectators.

It is like a piece of heaven in the heart of the hot desert. The view from the top is not only mesmerizing but also soothing to the eyes. After years and months, the countdown to the World Cup in Qatar has stopped. As for the number which is less than 100 days.

  • To avoid the extreme heat of Qatar, breaking the traditional rules of the World Cup, this tournament is being changed from June-July to November-December. But even that will not completely match Nistaar. Therefore, after the start of the tournament, the temperature of the stadium and its surrounding area will be artificially controlled. But there is also criticism about this.
  • Environmentalists say that the amount of carbon emitted will have a negative impact on the environment. But the organizers say, thinking about the environment, using the latest technology will be used to protect the balance.
  • This year there will be less carbon emission than other times. Keeping this in mind, we have made special changes in the design of the stadiums. The stadium will use special air coolers to control the temperature so that energy can be reused,

which will save 40 percent of electricity

State-of-the-art technology will be used in Qatar World

It does not end here. The demand for tickets in every match of the World Cup is high. Therefore, even if the number of seats in the stadium increases, it should not be the opposite, the organizers are also careful about that. A large number of these visitors will be transported by buses that will use special solar energy.

We are avoiding mineral energy as much as possible. All cars will run on electricity to further reduce toxic carbon emissions. So far we have been successful in the trial use of this vehicle. We even have plans to continue this system even after the World Cup.

Considering the environment, the Rash Abu Abud Stadium on the seashore will be completely removed after the tournament. A day ahead, the Qatar World Cup will begin on November 20. Which will be released on December 18.