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MAF Dalkia rebrands to Enova

by Alexander Pieri on Jun 10, 2015


Enova’s Energy Savings Center oversees the management of over 350,000 assets across the Middle East
Enova’s Energy Savings Center oversees the management of over 350,000 assets across the Middle East

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MAF Dalkia Middle East, a joint venture between Majid Al Futtaim and Veolia, has announced a rebranding of its identity. Under the name ‘Enova’, the FM provider will continue expanding its energy management suite for its B2B customers across the region.

The rebranded entity has also laid ambitious plans for regional expansion. Part of this includes a 150-staff operation opening in Egypt.

Set to go live in July, the team in Egypt is poised to deliver energy and FM service to of the nation’s shopping malls, City Centre Alexandria and City Centre Maadi in Cairo.

Ahmed Galal Ismail, Majid Al Futtaim Ventures CEO & Enova chairman commented: “This name is an important milestone for the company as it embarks on expansion into key MENA markets. This expansion will be an important contributor to Majid Al Futtaim’s goal of doubling its business in the next 5 years.”

Enova has already made great strides through its Energy Savings Center, which processes building energy data in real-time. To date, the centre has connected over 5,000 points, equating to the equivalent of 71,000 UAE inhabitants’ utilities consumption.

Commenting on the rebranding, Patrice Fonlladosa, president and CEO of Veolia Africa & Middle East, shared: “At Enova, the aim is to transform the asset management industry by guaranteeing the long-term cost and environmental benefits of focusing on greener and more economical energy and business solutions.

"Enova currently manages over 350,000 assets on behalf of clients in the Middle East”.



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