Dubai’s ENOC group inaugurated two service stations at Dubai Hills and Lehbab First, in Dubai, it announced on Sunday, January 5.
This launch grows ENOC’s network to 135 stations across the UAE.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, group CEO, ENOC, said: “The launch of the new service stations is in line with our vision to invest into the country’s growing energy infrastructure and highlights our commitment to offer customers easy access to fuel and other retail services.”
“Our goal is to expand our network to 191 service stations in the lead up to Expo 2020 Dubai, which will significantly add to the ease of customers to access their fuel and convenience-store requirements,” Al Falasi added.
The new stations are equipped with photovoltaic (PV) solar panels that can generate upto 150 KwH of energy and transmit excess energy to Dubai’s Dubai Electricity and Water Authority’s (DEWA) main grid – as well as advanced vapour recovery system, next-gen fuel dispensers and integrated digital wall displays. With this launch, ENOC’s network now comprises of 18 solar powered service stations and 23 service stations with smart displays, the statement said.
The Dubai Hills service station encompasses Prowash with one automatic and two manual car-wash bays and AutoPro, a professional automotive services’ provider, with three bays for mechanical services, and eight smart fuel dispensers. Meanwhile, the Lehbab First service station is equipped with six smart fuel dispensers, three bays for automotive services, a mosque and space for restaurants, the statement said.
Customers can pay via methods such as VIP, ENOC Pay, NOL, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Dubai Smart Government and Dubai Now.