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High Systems Electromechanics LLC is a world-class EPC and O&M contractor for utility-scale solar energy solutions projects in UAE. Building on its extensive experience of medium scale solar projects, the company is well positioned to meet the challenges of the rapidly growing global solar market.
With a strong in-house engineering capability, global scope and unmatched responsiveness, HSE designs and delivers high quality solar energy projects for its clients.
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Onyx Solar is the world’s leading manufacturer of transparent photovoltaic (PV) glass for buildings. Onyx Solar uses PV Glass as a material for building purposes as well as an electricity-generating material, with the aim of capturing the sunlight and turn it into solar energy solutions.
The panes are made of layers of heat-treated safety glass which can provide the same thermal and sound insulation as conventional architectural glass, not to mention the fact that they also let natural light go through in the same way as conventional glass.
How much can we save from solar
Given the excellent solar radiation available in Dubai, solar power is now cheaper than DEWA’s ‘red slab’ tariff rate of AED 0.445 / kWh for most commercial and industrial customers. This is particularly true for factories and warehouses with large rooftops in Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai Investments Park, Dubai Logistics City and Dubai Industrial City.
To maximize savings per kWh, many customers with significant air conditioning loads chose to cover around 80% of their winter electricity consumption (i.e. the kWhs consumed in January / February), as this means that every kWh from solar saves kWs in DEWA’s most expensive red tariff slab. Over the whole year, this allows a typical customer to offset around 50% of their consumption with cheaper solar energy.
For customers with large and stable loads (e.g. factories or cold-storage warehouses) it is possible to offset over 90% of DEWA electricity consumption with solar energy, thereby saving hundreds of thousands of dirhams per year.