Danube partners with CleanMax Solar

Danube partners with CleanMax Solar
Danube Group's techno park facility will meet majority of their energy requirement through rooftop solar power. - Supplied photo

Dubai - Danube Group aims to save Dh300,000 every year by adopting solar energy.



By Staff Report

Published: Thu 3 Oct 2019, 9:05 PM

Last updated: Thu 3 Oct 2019, 11:16 PM

CleanMax Solar - a rooftop solar solutions company - recently partnered with Danube Group to commission a 1,200 kWp rooftop solar plant at its manufacturing facility in Techno Park, Dubai. The facility will meet the majority of their annual electricity requirements by embracing solar power and aims to save Dh300,000 per annum on their electricity bills.
Rizwan Sajan, founder and chairman, Danube Group said: "The UAE has decided to diversify its energy mix in order to sustain its progress and at the same time minimise the environmental impact that may arise from burning fuel."
The rooftop solar power plant will be spread across four buildings, and is based on a long term agreement. Through the rooftop solar plant, the Danube Group is expected to abate 845 tonnes of CO2 per annum. This is equivalent to the greenhouse gases emitted from more than 163 passenger vehicles driven for an entire year.
Sushant Arora, co-founder and chief executive officer, CleanMax Solar (Mena), said: "At CleanMax Solar, we are committed towards promoting the UAE government's vision of delivering solar energy solutions. The Danube Group is committed towards providing environmentally friendly products and services that can truly be achieved through the incorporation of solar energy across every stage of its operations, and we are proud to assist them in this cause. Buildings are among the highest consumers of power and renowned companies like the Danube Group are adopting solar energy to achieve the twin benefits of profit improvement and carbon footprint reduction." - business@khaleejtimes.com


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