Barakah Nuclear fleet
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.
From Low-carbon energy production, carbon capture through transmission and distribution 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.
We have a central role in providing services and expertise in nuclear operations to support UAE’s and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s nuclear plant development.
Renewables and Hydro
We are actively supporting the region’s energy transition through innovative renewable projects such as the construction of the world’s largest solar facility (2GW) in Abu Dhabi (UAE), the largest wind farm (400MW) in Dumat (KSA) and Pumped Storage Hydro Power Plant (320MWp) in Hatta (UAE).
Our expertise and high-added value services and experience contribute to our clients’ success of their thermal projects in the region.
Transmission and distribution
From feasibility studies to engineering support, or on-site supervision, CIST and EDF International Network help our local clients improving their micro-grids, masterplans, new lines, power transmission performance or smart cities.
EDF, through its specific subsidiaries Dalkia offers a complete range of energy services customized for each customer need. From consultancy, auditing, certifications through district cooling networks, O&M of technical equipment at buildings level, energy efficiency, street lighting and Industrial utilities management.
We are developing projects to help build 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.
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