21 November 2023

Etihad Energy Services and Dubai Government Workshop Collaborate for a Greener Tomorrow

Dubai, UAE: Etihad Energy Services Company (Etihad ESCO) and the Dubai Government Workshop have come together in a 20-year collaboration, exemplifying our commitment to promoting sustainability and contributing significantly to Dubai’s environmental goals. The announcement, made at the prestigious WETEX and Dubai Solar Show 2023, marks a significant stride towards integrating sustainable energy solutions for a more eco-friendly future in Dubai.

Dr. Waleed Alnuaimi, Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Energy Services, expressed, “As we gear up for COP28, sustainability remains our central focus. This collaboration is a demonstration of Etihad Energy Services’ mission to advance sustainability and make substantial contributions to Dubai’s environmental goals. With a capacity of 2,495.5 Kwp, this transformative project is set to generate 3,790,756 kWh in its inaugural year and an impressive 71,981,495 kWh over two decades. This strategic initiative will reduce carbon emissions, controlling 28,864 Metric Tons of CO2 throughout its lifespan.
Thrilled to embark on this journey, we aim to create a positive impact on the environment, paving the way for a more sustainable and resilient future in Dubai aligning with Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050”

Fahad Ahmed Alraeesi, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Government Workshop said, “Our collaboration with Etihad Energy Services is a significant milestone in our commitment to sustainability. The solar project represents a transformative step, integrating green practices into our daily operations, enhancing efficiency, and reducing our carbon footprint. Anticipating benefits such as reduced energy costs and more efficient resource allocation, this initiative aligns seamlessly with our sustainability goals, contributing to a healthier environment for the community we serve.

This collaboration sets an exemplary model for the community, signifying a crucial step towards realizing broader environmental goals in Dubai.