Transguard Group to reduce its carbon footprint with 1,224 solar panels

Project is in line with UAE Energy Strategy 2050 to increase clean energy

Project is scheduled to be completed by  January 31, 2020. Image used for illustrative purpose only
Project is scheduled to be completed by January 31, 2020. Image used for illustrative purpose only

Transguard Group aims to reduce its carbon footprint by installing 1,224 solar panels with nearly 70,000 staff based in 29 accommodations.

The project is in line with the UAE Energy Strategy 2050 to increase clean energy and reduce carbon footprint of power generation.

The company’s managing director, Greg Ward said: “So far, our energy-saving initiatives have led to a reduction of 14% in utility costs this year compared to last year – the lowest we’ve seen in five years. The solar panel project – which is in line with UAE Energy Strategy 2050 and Dream 2020, our own corporate social responsibility programme – is scheduled to be completed by  January 31, 2020 and will push these savings even further, strengthening our position as a leading company in sustainability initiatives.”

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