Supporting Middle East energy transition

With an active presence in the region of over 25 years, we aim to address the country’s energy challenges by offering the most appropriate low-carbon solutions and smart energy services.

The 360 leading energy expertise

From Low-carbon energy production, carbon capture through transmission and distribution networks to energy efficiency services, EDF Group is active in 5 key sectors in the Middle east. The Group supports the government and the industries to meet their energy sustainable goals, to create and optimize the region's low-carbon electricity production as well as to create smart cities and generate energy savings to better serve the population.

5 sectors where we make a difference

  1. Nuclear

    We support UAE & KSA’s nuclear program development & provide clean hydrogen solutions

  2. Renewables & Hydropower

    We build a Net Zero Energy Future in the Middle East

  3. Thermal

    We add value in thermal energy generation & carbon capture solutions

  4. Transmission & Distribution Networks

    We strengthen & improve Middle East power systems performance

  5. Energy Services & Low-Carbon Hydrogen

    We unlock Middle East’s Energy Efficiency & Low-Carbon Hydrogen

Our flagship projects

We are developing projects to help building a post-oil era in the UAE and the region. EDF contributes to the Middle East energy transition and indulge the positive impact on its citizens' lives through low-carbon energy production, carbon capture and energy efficiency services.

Nuclear

Barakah Nuclear fleet

Renewables

MBR Phase III Solar Park

Thermal

H-Station at Al Aweer (UAE)

Transmission

Etihad Water and Electricity Substation (UAE)

Energy Services

Energy Savings Centre at Kingdom Tower (KSA)

Distribution

53 000 smart meters & 30+ clients employees trained

Hydropower

Pumped Storage Hydro Power Plant in Hatta (UAE)

In the news

Dalkia inaugurates its Headquarter in the city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Dalkia opened its regional offices in the emblematic Kingdom Tower Center in the Saudi capital. The official ceremony was led by the energy efficiency company’s CEO, Sylvie Jehanno during her official visit in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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