Monday, May 30, 2016
Abu Dhabi: Etihad Esco and Drydocks World have signed a service agreement to prepare and evaluate the potential for on-site solar energy generation, it was announced on Monday.
Under the agreement, Etihad Esco will improve facilities to reduce electricity and water use and study ways to recycle waste water for Drydocks World, which is the largest shipyard service provider to the shipping, offshore, oil, gas and energy sectors in the Middle East.
Etihad Esco will also conduct a feasibility study to assess the possibilities for on-site solar energy generation for Drydocks World. Staff Report Gulf News 2016. All rights reserved.