Silicon Mall Solar Carport ready to Generate 1.7 GWh of Clean Energy

Silicon Mall Solar Carport ready to Generate 1.7 GWh of Clean Energy

The Dubai Silicon Central Mall’s Solar Carport will also provide charging slots for electric cars

Line Investments & Property LLC, the shopping mall and management division of Lulu Group announces the launch of 1MWp solar carport and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Silicon Central, installed by SirajPower, the UAE’s leading distributed solar energy provider.

The solar carport project will produce 1.7 GWh of clean energy annually, offsetting more than 1,205 metric tonnes of CO2 emissions equivalent to nearly 20,000 tree seedlings grown for 10 years.

Salim M.A., Director of Lulu Group International, said: With the solar carport as an environmentally friendly project at Silicon central, we are committed towards a sustainable future and fully support the region's vision to mitigate carbon emissions to create a more sustainable economy. 

"The solar plant system is a testimony to our commitment to sustainable development and to reducing its carbon footprint, in line with Dubai’s vision to transform into a carbon-neutral economy by 2050."

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Laurent Longuet, CEO at SirajPower, commented: "SirajPower is honored to support a multinational conglomerate such as Lulu Group in its net positive sustainability strategy and we look forward to operating and maintaining the solar carport for many years to come.

"This solar project, which is in line with the UAE’s Clean Energy Strategy, reaffirms our commitment to empowering businesses in making the green transition to renewable energy and to supporting them in reducing their environmental impact.” 

Other than providing energy for the day-to-day operations of the Lulu Group’s Dubai Silicon Central Mall, the Dubai Silicon Central Mall’s Solar Carport will also provide shaded car parking for cars alongside charging slots for electric cars.

The facility will help reduce the mall's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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