Earth Hour: ENOC group stresses on lesser energy consumption

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Dubai saved 329 MW of electricity during Earth Hour 2022.
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  • The ENOC group switched off non-essential lights at its headquarters on 26th March from 8:30 to 9:30.
  • ENOC saved a total of 11.9 GWh (or 11,963 MWh) of electricity in 2021, which is equivalent to 6,221 tCO2

Joining millions of people globally, ENOC Group took part in Earth Hour 2022 to encourage collective action towards climate change.

It switched off non-essential lights at its headquarters, operational facilities and ENOC’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai on 26th March from 20:30 to 21:30.

This was an effort to contribute to the reduction of energy consumption.

All service station forecourts including Service Station of the Future at Expo 2020 Dubai remained dark for an hour.

It also included convenience stores, Quick Oil Change, carwash areas and pylon signs.

Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, said, “ENOC recognizes the importance of practicing energy conservation to preserve the environment for future generations.”

“Partaking in Earth Hour underlines our continued support towards UAE’s green initiatives including the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 and demonstrates our commitment to further raising awareness for climate change”, he noted.

Reportedly, ENOC saved a total of 11.9 GWh (or 11,963 MWh) of electricity in 2021, which is equivalent to 6,221 tCO2 that was avoided.

This highlights its continued focus on environmental, energy and resource management best practices.

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