First Abu Dhabi Real Estate Company, based in the United Arab Emirates, has signed an agreement with Abu Dhabi Energy Services Company, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi’s national energy company, Taqa, to help reduce electricity consumption and of water in its facilities and buildings.
This is part of global efforts to build a more sustainable and prosperous future, the company said in a statement.
Under the agreement, Abu Dhabi Energy Services will help rehabilitate First Abu Dhabi Real Estate’s facilities and buildings with solutions to reduce electricity and water consumption and improve sustainability and efficiency. energy resources.
The content and objectives of this cooperation are in line with Abu Dhabi’s Strategy for Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency 2030, he added.
Jassim Al Ali, CEO of First Abu Dhabi Real Estate Company, said, “We are committed to supporting all government initiatives aimed at reducing the environmental footprint of various business sectors, thereby improving the sustainability of our society.
“We look forward to cooperating closely with Abu Dhabi Energy Services Company, working to assess trends in electricity and water consumption at our facilities, and preparing a specific action plan that will help build a future more sustainable for all,” he added.
Abu Dhabi Energy Services CEO Khalid Mohammed Al Qubaisi said this important partnership with First Abu Dhabi Real Estate enables the company to implement the latest electricity saving technologies in its various buildings and facilities. .
“Our solutions contribute to remarkable savings in electricity and water consumption, and the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, representing strong support for national sustainable development plans,” he added. .-TradeArabia news service