Johnson Controls brings sustainable technology to Dubai Police
Etihad Energy Services Company (ESCO) partners with Johnson Controls to provide energy-efficient and sustainable solutions to Dubai Police. Johnson Controls will equip 20 facilities including police stations, prisons, warehouses and offices with the latest heating and cooling solutions, and its OpenBlue digital platform – helping to generate substantial CO2, electricity and water savings. A signing ceremony was held during the Johnson Controls COP28 event at the Museum of the Future to commemorate this partnership.
Etihad ESCO has always been committed to serving the strategic goal of the UAE in pursuing a green economy for sustainable development through leadership, partnership, and adoption of energy efficiency technologies. As part of the project, customized solutions including air-cooled chillers, heat pumps, chiller plant manager, controls optimization will be installed with these technologies, Dubai Police expects to generate savings of up to 11,000 tons of CO2, 25.2 million kWh of electricity and 95.7 million IG of water.
“At Johnson Controls, our goal is to create smart, healthy and sustainable indoor environments and this initiative aligns perfectly with our mission,” said Mohammad Khalid, Vice President and General Manager, Middle East and Africa at Johnson Controls. “Partnering with Etihad ESCO and Dubai Police is a further example of how we are driving the sustainability agenda across diverse sectors, supporting the longer-term economic and social impact in Dubai.”
“At Etihad ESCO, our goal is to collaborate with public and private sectors to make a positive contribution to the country and its strategies towards the future of energy. We are honored to work with Johnson Controls and Dubai Police to accelerate the journey toward a clean and green future. This agreement will facilitate access to new technologies and solutions that have the capability to make a significant impact on energy efficiency, energy, and water usage,” said Dr. Waleed Alnuaimi, CEO of Etihad ESCO.
Johnson Controls is at the forefront of transforming the built environment and promoting new technologies that will enhance occupant experiences and drive sustainability. In keeping with the goals of the UAE Centennial 2071, the company is well set to drive digitalization and sustainability in the country.
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