Saudi Arabia has a long-term plan to transition from being "the kingdom of energy" (oil and gas) to "the kingdom of renewable energy" (sun, wind, and geothermal energy, as well as atomic energy). King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A.CARE) was created by royal decree in 2010 to establish the kingdom's sustainable energy future. The Mishkat Interactive Center for Atomic and Renewable Energy is one of K.A.CARE's flagship educational projects, with a goal of igniting a spark in the next generation of scientists, engineers, and innovators by teaching them about renewable energy.
The museum was designed so that it could prioritise remaining up to date and relevant. Its interactive content is refreshed on a weekly basis and larger exhibits are added as necessary, such as an interactive renewable-energy exhibit for young children that the centre commissioned formula D_ to conceptualise, design, develop, and install. In turn, formula D_ brought Stage Audio Works on board to integrate the audiovisual hardware.
The exhibit, which is intended to consolidate the technical lessons learnt during a visit to the centre in the minds of