solving challenges for a better tomorrow

of 20 /20
Enhanced ROI from Green Investments. Dubai, 15 th April 2019

Upload: others

Post on 24-May-2022

3 views

Category:

Documents


0 download

TRANSCRIPT

Page 1: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Enhanced ROI from Green Investments. Dubai, 15th April 2019

Page 2: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Page 3: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

SQM470,000

SQM

Trucks55

Volume Air (MT) 8,500

Customers 220

Sites25

Page 4: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

The Challenge

Page 5: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Operating multiple sites

High power requirements for certain facilities

Large water consumption for technical services

Long-term commitments to customers

Inevitable impact on our carbon footprint

Page 6: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

The Solution

Page 7: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow
Page 8: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow
Page 9: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

EGYPT SOLAR FARM : $4B PROJECT

When complete in 2019, the solar farm will generate1.8 Gigawatts of electricity

4.3 cents/

kwh

3.8 cents/

kwh

1.9 cents/

kwh

2.7 cents/

kwh

Indian Solar Now Cheap as Coal

Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is the largest single-site solar energy project in the world, with a planned total production capacity of 5,000 megawatts (MW) by 2030

Page 10: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

UK: Record weekly production 533 gigawatt-hours

Germany: record monthly production6.17 terawatt-hours

Denmark: record 361 hours of sun in May 2018(30% rise in electricity production)

SOLAR RECORDS BROKEN IN EUROPE

Page 11: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Wide range of solar providers

20 year lease options

Guaranteed results

Alignment with future growth potential for our business

Customer engagement on the basis of sustainable practices

The Decision To GoSolar

The Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050, which was launched by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, aims to provide 7% of Dubai’s total power output from clean energy by 2020. It further targets a capacity of 42,000MW of clean and renewable energy by 2050.*

*Source: www.dewa.gov.ae

Page 12: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Power Consumption

With solar AED Without solar AED

1.1MW

2.1MW

**3MW under

develop-ment

Nov ‘17

**Dec ‘19

Page 13: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

2.5 M KG annual savings of

CO22942 acres of U.S. forests in one year

Page 14: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Water is the most important resource in the world

Drought and climate change have shrunk water supplies by 20%

By 2025, half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas

Page 15: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Tank cleaning requires 2000 litres on average per tank

1 month consumption = 830,000 litres

Page 17: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Other Initiatives

Page 18: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Process automation results in saving paper and man hours. ROI is 6 months

Page 19: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Key Takeaways

Page 20: Solving Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Sustainable practices are an intrinsic requirement in today’s businesses.

Renewable energy sources like solar are a viable option due to recent government regulations and the maturing of the industry.

Focusing on core capabilities provides benefit in the long run to all organisations.

Going Green = becoming more efficient.