ADES to deliver energy-saving solutions across the emirates

image00002Abu Dhabi Energy Services (ADES), the energy services market maker of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, signed agreements with leading government entities, including the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT), Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) and Emirates Schools Establishment (ESE) to identify power and water savings opportunities in their facilities and buildings across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi

The agreements were signed on January 19 at the World Future Energy Summit and was attended by H.E. Awaidha Murshed Al Marar, chairman of the Abu Dhabi epartment of Energy (DoE), Jasim Husain Thabet, TAQA’s group CEO and MD, H.E. Saeed Al Fazari, support services executive director at DCT Abu Dhabi, H. E. Dr. Rabaa Al Sumaiti, director general of ESE, Dr. Tarek Fathey, SEHA's CEO and Prof. Ghaleb Ali Al Hadrami Al Breiki, UAEU’s VC.

Under these agreements, ADES will undertake a series of assessments of the power and water consumption across buildings belonging to DCT, SEHA, UAEU, and ESE to achieve tangible savings. Together, the organisations have approximately 34 buildings across the Emirate that will be retrofitted with energy savings technologies to rationalise their consumption and reduce their carbon footprint, supporting the UAE’s net zero ambitions. Some of these sites include the Tawam Hospital in Al Ain, UAEU’s main campus, 10 schools under ESE and the historical and cultural landmark Al Jahili Fort. 

As a market maker, ADES is mandated to grow and develop the energy services market in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, in line with Abu Dhabi’s Demand Side Management and Rationalisation Strategy (DSM) 2030, which targets a reduction in electricity consumption by more than 22% and water consumption by more than 32%.

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