King Fahd University Hospital in Khobar (KFUH) is undergoing a comprehensive project to improve energy efficiency and modernize its facilities. The project implementation includes 15 Energy Saving Measures (ESMs) which address key components of the facility in order to secure their performance and guarantee savings. The project is developed under a partnership with Tarshid.
Riyadh's most iconic tower, built over 20 years ago, covers an extensive area of 300,000 square meters. This multifaceted structure includes a Four Seasons hotel, a conference center, a shopping mall, offices, residences, and a large parking area. Our proposed solution focuses on making the tower's day-to-day operations and maintenance more effective, particularly for its mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. We're also implementing energy-efficient practices and exploring sustainable cooling solutions through cooling networks for the tower.
Dalkia manages Abu Dhabi Airport's largest chiller plant at the Midfield Terminal Complex, with a total capacity of 54,000 RT.
Built in 2016, the emphasis is on achieving full terminal functionality by 2023, with a focus on efficient chiller plant management and energy-efficient operations, including rigorous preventive maintenance aligned with airport protocols.
Dalkia successfully implemented a comprehensive Energy Performance Contract for UAE University, achieving significant savings in Phase 1. Dalkia has been awarded Phase 2 by ADES, expanding to more campus sites and is now in implementation phase. Simultaneously, negotiations for Phase 3 are ongoing.
Complementing these efforts, Dalkia launched an Energy Awareness Campaign at the university, promoting sustainability and engaging stakeholders in energy-conscious practices.