Reinforcing its commitment to sustainable business practices and excellence, DI is providing an overview of its latest innovation in coloured solar panels manufactured by its subsidiary Emirates Insolaire, part of Glass LLC – the glass pioneers in the Middle East.At WETEX, Emirates Insolaire is displaying its coloured solar glass panels and first-of-its-kind breakthrough technology.Each coloured solar module of Emirates Insolaire can generate over 130 Watts electric power per square meter on roof installations or over 100 Watts electric power per square metre on façades.
Other DI subsidiaries, including Emirates Glass, Emirates Float Glass, Emicool, Dubai Cranes, Lite-Tech Industries and Emirates Extruded Polystyrene, are also showcasing energy-efficient products and solutions at WETEX.
Mr. Abdulaziz Bin Yagub Al Serkal, General Manager of Dubai Investments PJSC, said: “In line with the green initiatives undertaken by the UAE government to diversify energy sources, we at Dubai Investments are proud to unveil a wide array of eco-friendly and energy-efficient technologies and solutions at WETEX. The exhibition offers us a great platform to showcase our expertise and innovation to potential partners from across the globe.”
At the exhibition, Emirates Glass is displaying its energy-efficient products including Emicool® St Series, Solite Series, post-temperable products of Emicool® E-Lite Series and solar control coating solutions, while Emirates Float Glass is showcasing its products manufactured with materials from Abu Dhabi, underlining its commitment to resource acquisition from within close proximity.
Emicool is highlighting its eco-friendly district cooling services while Dubai Cranes is showcasing its low power run, electricity saving cranes. Lite-Tech Industries is providing an overview of its solar chargers, using LED technology for harnessing renewable solar energy to provide lighting solutions whereas Emirates Extruded Polystyrene is showcasing its environmentally-friendly extruded polystyrene insulation board materials.