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Aldar-owned Provis achieves energy and utility savings worth Dhs2.4m in H1 2022

Aldar-owned Provis achieves energy and utility savings worth Dhs2.4m in H1 2022

The company successfully reduced over 5,000 tons of carbon emissions and saved over 4 million kWh of energy

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Provis announces energy and water savings

Provis, the full-service real estate company owned by Aldar, has announced significant energy and utility savings during the first half of 2022.

The savings are valued at Dhs2.4m across 13 managed residential communities and three retail destinations in Abu Dhabi.

The company reported that it had successfully reduced over 5,000 tons of carbon emissions and saved over 4 million kWh of energy, which is enough to power nearly 600 rural homes for six months, using chilled water and energy-optimisation initiatives.

The installation of energy-efficient heat pumps in place of outdated natural gas boilers for household water central heating systems was one of the major factors that contributed to the energy savings.

H P Aengaar, Provis’ CEO, said, “The energy and utility savings we have achieved since the beginning demonstrate our unwavering commitment to energy efficiency. We have implemented several sustainability projects and programmes over the years that have resulted in significant energy savings and had a positive impact on the environment.”

Aengaar added, “We are employing a number of energy and utility management programmes throughout our portfolio to increase efficiency and lower each community’s carbon impact through modernising and digitising the assets’ infrastructure. This effort enables us to reduce our overall energy consumption by 5 per cent over the next two years and is in line with the UAE Net-Zero by 2050 strategic initiative.”

Other implemented energy-saving measures included the installation of a cloud-based real-time building management system, which collects data instantly and detects faults automatically, lowering operating costs and energy bills, coupled with various system optimisation initiatives to significantly improve temperature set points during cooler weather to reduce chilled water consumption. These were complemented by the installation of weather-based irrigation systems, aerators in wash basin water mixers, optimisation of differential pressure set points in chilled water systems, air temperature supply optimisation for fresh air handling units as well the replacement of existing lights with energy-efficient LEDs.

Earlier this year, Provis marked Earth Hour by switching off all non-essential lighting for one hour across 70 residential communities and retail destinations in the UAE, reducing more than 8,800 kWh of electricity and 4,000 kg of CO2 equivalent.

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