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Emrill launches energy services

Venture promises to provide solutions to save up to 40% power

| | Dec 22, 2012 | 4:00 pm
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Venture promises to provide solutions to save up to 40% power

With the aim of assisting clients achieve energy savings for their existing facilities, UAE-based facilities management company Emrill Energy announced the launch of Emrill Energy Services in early November. The venture, in partnership with two energy companies, Crowley Carbon Services, Ireland and CES, UK, will reportedly provide a range of energy management solutions from consultancy and design to installation and monitoring.

Emrill, in a communication to Climate Control Middle East magazine, claimed that Crowley Carbon was a global leader in the energy efficiency market, which has been helping save cost for companies by reducing their energy spend, and Emrill was offering this to companies in the Middle East.

Ben Churchill, Managing Director, Emrill and Norman Crowley, Chairman, Crowley Carbon at the press conference to announce the launch of Emrill Energy Services

Ben Churchill, Managing Director, Emrill and Norman Crowley, Chairman, Crowley Carbon at the press conference to announce the launch of Emrill Energy Services

According to Emrill, inefficient buildings with aged equipment and assets require assessment, auditing and enhancement to perform efficiently. In the light of this, the company claims that it can measure, analyse, design and implement tailored solutions to produce savings of up to 40% for buildings and developments.

Speaking exclusively to Climate Control Middle East, Emrill elaborated on the finer points of the initiative: To achieve the projected savings, the company is currently planning to use its proprietary Automated Continuous Commissioning software, which makes building control systems more intelligent, which normally delivers a 10% to 15% reduction in energy consumption. In addition, Emrill also plans to install indirect evaporative cooling chillers, which it says can reduce chilling loads by up to 50%; intelligent controllers and energy-efficient lighting systems.

Speaking to the magazine about LEED and Estidama compliance of its retrofitted projects, Emrill further said that once works are complete and if the client is seeking certification, members of the team that are LEED and Estidama-certified auditors can help achieve the necessary certifications.

In this context, Ben Churchill, Managing Director, Emrill, said: “Emrill Energy allows us to take our commitment to sustainability further and lead the green revolution through facilities management by providing the most technologically advanced and effective solutions across the UAE.”

Norman Crowley, Chairman, Crowley Carbon, added: “Energy efficiency is a global concern, and we are delighted to have found the right partnership with Emrill and CES. Emrill Energy’s unique service provides tailor-made energy management solutions with an extensive product portfolio from different vendors to ensure the best fit and combination for each specific Client’s requirements and objectives to maximise energy efficiency.”


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