ESCO


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ESCOEnergy Service Company
ESCOEstonian Shipping Company
ESCOEsfahan Steel Company (Iran)
ESCOEastern Self-reliant Community Awakening Organization (Sri Lanka)
ESCOExecutive Secretariat Correspondence Office (US IRS)
ESCOElectric Steel Company, Inc.
ESCOEastern Sydney Chamber Orchestra (Australia)
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The State Agency, which was the first of all central authorities to introduce energy service, continues to attract ESCO investments.
The project was financed entirely by Etihad ESCO, the 18-month project saw the replacement of 5,290 window ACs with energy efficient split air conditioners and the retrofitting of 6,308 window ACs.
Etihad Esco said its retrofit project -- which covered 157 staff accommodation buildings in Jafza's West, South, and East Zones -- led to energy savings of 32.6% in a year and helped reduce 17,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions , which is equivalent to taking 3,600 cars off the roads for a year.
"All eight (8) ESCO associations recognize the need to create a regional ESCO industry platform, which will promote ESCO industries, encourage knowledge-sharing of ESCO industry players and boost network for finding potential investors, funding and technology providers," a statement from the Philippine Energy Efficiency (PE2) Alliance has noted.
The project will see Etihad ESCO install 65,000 PV panels; 295,000 LED lights; and 50,000 water savers at Emirati villas.
Ali Al Jassim, CEO, Etihad ESCO, said: "I am glad that the installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels over the roofs of Emirati homes in Dubai is progressing seamlessly.
Buenavista Renewables Mexico, S de RL de CV, a Buenavista Renewables company, and ESCO Comercializadora Energetica S de RL de CV., a qualified supplier from Mexicali, Baja California, has signed a tripartite long-term Power Purchase Agreement with Zodiac Aerospace Equipo de Mexico S de RL de CV., an affiliate of France-based Safran Group.
Etihad Esco is a Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) venture that was established in 2013 to make the emirate's built environment a leading example of energy efficiency.
The company will assist in establishing a working model and roll-out programme for Energy Services Companies (ESCOs) to carry out auditing and retrofitting for government buildings falling under the Cost Reflective Tariffs.
The agreement was signed by Ali Al Jassim, CEO, Etihad ESCO and Yuji Miyata, Chairman and President, Daikin Middle East and Africa.
This will be divided between the government and the Esco. The government saves 10 per cent and Esco will take 10 per cent for a certain amount of time.'
Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) president Alexander Ablaza and China Energy Conservation Association (EMCA) vice director Lily Zhao Ming were elected to co-chair the newly formed Asia-Pacific ESCO Industry Alliance.