Dubai Government Workshop (DGW) has signed an agreement with Etihad Energy Services (Etihad Esco) to build a 2.5 MW photovoltaic plant as part of its efforts to boost clean energy contributions and reduce carbon emissions.
In its first year of operation, the plant is expected to generate 3.79 million kWh of clean energy, reducing carbon emissions by 1.37 million kilograms.
Etihad Energy Services, a leader in the energy efficiency of buildings and renewable energy projects in the region, said the agreement primarily aims to strengthen cooperation between the two parties in the field of renewable energy.
It said this is in line with the national sustainable development promotion strategy and further enhances customer experience.
Fahad Ahmed Al Raeesi, Executive Director of DGW, after signing the agreement with CEO Dr. Waleed Alnuaimi, said DGW remains committed to developing a sustainable ecosystem of integrated services supported by partnerships with leading enterprises and institutions in various industries. Tihad Esco.
“This agreement reflects our commitment to work with relevant entities that support ambitious national goals and visions and lay the groundwork for a green economy,” Al Raeesi noted.
Dr Alnuaimi expressed his pleasure in supporting DGW’s initiative to build a renewable energy plant within its facilities.
Etihad Esco will continue to support Dubai’s goal of becoming one of the world’s most sustainable cities, as evidenced by the group’s support for the use of renewable energy under the Dubai Demand Side Management Strategy 2030.
“We further commend DGW for its commitment to adopting clean energy practices, which aims to assist the organization in following an environmentally responsible curriculum by facilitating the transition to renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service