Crowley Carbon, the Irish-based company specialising in the optimization of energy systems and energy saving, has been contracted to carry out work in Dubai to reduce carbon emissions. The agreement will see Crowley Carbon install a power management system in 800 buildings managed by Emrill, with all the data from the system transiting through the office of CC, Ireland.
Ben Churchill, the managing director of Emrill, commented on the news, saying: “By identifying ways to reduce consumption of buildings and bringing significant energy savings in the future, we open the door to greener and more efficient companies . “This contract is one of the first steps for Dubai in its growing electricity demand management process, building more production points, but also by reducing use.
The UAE is the sixth biggest emitter of carbon dioxide in the world, emitting up to 22.6 tonnes per person per year, and the third largest energy consumer in the world.