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Etihad ESCO signs agreement with Dubai Airports
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Etihad Energy Services Company, Etihad ESCO, a company owned by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has signed an agreement with Dubai Airports for the retrofitting of Terminals 1, 2 and 3 of Dubai International Airport, DXB, and the Dubai International Airport Hotel at Concourse B.

The contract was signed between Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and MD & CEO of DEWA, and Jamal Al-Hai, Deputy CEO of Dubai Airports, on the first day of the 19th Water, Energy,Technology, and Environment Exhibition, WETEX.

According to the agreement, Etihad ESCO will offer the best practices that save electricity and water, as well as provide photovoltaic solutions. The new contract is expected to boost energy efficiency at Dubai International Airport and help Dubai Airports save up to 20 percent in energy consumption annually.

"The agreement supports the Dubai Side Management Strategy 2030 to reduce electricity and water demand by 30 percent by 2030. These are being done with programmes such as green-building regulations, retrofitting of existing buildings, district cooling, wastewater reuse, laws and standards to raise efficiency, energy-efficient street lighting, and the Shams Dubai initiative to enable building owners to install photovoltaic panels on rooftops to generate electricity from solar power. We are pleased to co-operate with Dubai Airports in this strategic project, in line with our objective to reduce carbon emissions," Al Tayer said.

He further noted that Etihad ESCO, which was launched by DEWA, provides investment opportunities to companies that specialise in energy efficiency. Etihad ESCO is currently retrofitting over 30,000 buildings in the emirate in the first phase of the project, to ensure energy efficiency and manage energy demand.

"At Dubai Airports, we embrace the concept of sustainability in all our operations. Our partnership with Etihad ESCO will contribute significantly to enhancing environmental sustainability. Our goal is to optimise the use of renewable energy and this is a step towards achieving that goal and achieving a green future," Al-Hai said.

Dubai Airports has implemented several green initiatives to enhance energy efficiency. These initiatives include the installation of solar panels that significantly reduce energy consumption at Dubai International and Dubai World Central, through solar power generation.

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