Dubai's Enoc posts energy efficiency savings worth $19.4m since 2014
Government of Dubai-owned firm reveals details of initiatives related to energy savings through its Energy and Efficiency report
The Government of Dubai-owned Emirates National Oil Co (Enoc) has recorded savings of $19.4m (AED71.4m) from energy efficiency measures implemented across the organisation over the last five years.
According to Dubai Media Office, Enoc published its financial savings through its third edition of the Energy and Efficiency report, which was launched at Wetex 2019.
The report stated that Enoc achieved $3m (AED 11.2m) of energy and resource management (E&RM) savings ahead of the targets predicted at the launch of its E&RM programme in 2008.
Last year, Enoc achieved a 27% reduction in water intensity, and a 7% reduction in terms of waste intensity, since 2014.
Enoc also conducted over 30 environmental and E&RM audits and assessments across a number of its business units in order to increase the sustainability quotient of its business units.
Commenting on the energy savings Enoc Group’s chief executive officer, Saif Humaid Al Falasi, said: “We’ve made significant strides in energy efficiency and will continue to gear our efforts towards raising E&RM standards for the industry."
"We hope that this report acts as a guide for other organisations to use when incorporating energy and efficiency measures into their operations.”