Our Sectors

Hospitality

Hotels in Dubai have one of the highest rates of water and electricity consumption in the world. In comparison with their Europeancounterpartshotels in Dubai are using up to225 per cent more energy. With energy saving being directly related to cost saving, there is a major savings potential for hotels in Dubai and throughout the UAE, boosting their bottom line performance.

We estimate that hotels can save 25 to 30 per cent of the current energy consumption by using energy efficient technology

Our retro fit solutions have been installed in hundreds of hotels around the world. Reducing energy consumption, improving viability of energy use, increasing life span of end loads, reducing C02 and ultimately reducing running costs for the hotel.

$1 saved is the equivalent of $2 generated.

Solution Portfolio for Hospitality

  1. Energy Audit
  2. Smart Metering
  3. Power Quality Optimisation
  4. Solar Film
  5. FAHU Pre-Cooling
  6. VFD
  7. Indoor Air Quality
  8. LED &Lighting Management
  9. Electrical Safety Testing
  10. Water Treatment
  11. Heat Pump

Commercial

Solutions Portfolio for Commercial Buildings

  1. Smart Metering
  2. Energy Audit
  3. Power Quality Optimisation
  4. Solar Thermal Film
  5. FAHU Pre-Cooling
  6. Data Centre Efficiency
  7. Indoor Air Quality
  8. LED & Lighting Management
  9. Electrical Safety Testing

Education

Solution Portfolio Education

  1. Smart Metering
  2. Energy Audit
  3. Power Quality Optimisation
  4. Solar Thermal Film
  5. FAHU Pre-Cooling
  6. Data Centre Efficiency
  7. Indoor Air Quality
  8. LED & Lighting Management
  9. Natural Daylight
  10. Electrical Safety Testing
  11. Renewable

Retail

Solution Portfolio Education

  1. Smart Metering
  2. Energy Audit
  3. Power Quality Optimisation
  4. Solar Thermal Film
  5. FAHU Pre-Cooling
  6. Data Centre Efficiency
  7. Indoor Air Quality
  8. LED & Lighting Management
  9. Electrical Safety Testing

Industrial

Industry accounts for about one-third of global energy demand. Most of that energy is used to produce raw materials: chemicals, iron and steel, non-metallic minerals, pulp and paper and non-ferrous metals.

Industrial energy users are increasingly looking to maximise energy efficiency and minimise production costs and overheads. In today’s competitive markets, the organisation with the lowest costs can often achieve an important advantage over rivals. Production costs can mean the difference between survival and failure in the marketplace.

Solution Portfolio Industrial

  1. Smart Metering
  2. Energy Audit
  3. Power Quality Optimisation
  4. Cool Roof
  5. LED & Lighting Management
  6. Electrical Safety Testing
  7. Compressed Air System
  8. Steam System
  9. Waste Heat Recovery
  10. Renewable

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