Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri and other dignitaries at the opening of a new gas station.
Gulf today, Staff reporter
Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, in the presence of Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, officially inaugurated ENOC’s brand new gas station in collaboration with the Dubai police. The service station is strategically located close to Dubai Police – Dubai Traffic Department to better serve ENOC’s growing customer network in the region.
The new station is equipped with fully automated fuel systems with automatic tank gauging and electronic leak detection systems, which is in line with ENOC’s commitment to driving sustainability across the country.
Additionally, the station has a solar panel canopy that can generate up to 120 kWh of clean energy.
In addition, lighting and lighting applications use maintenance-free LED lamps with a lifespan of 50,000 hours and low voltage that protects against electrical and fire hazards and reduces energy consumption by 50 %, thereby reducing ENOC’s carbon footprint.
Additionally, the LED lights are equipped with motion sensors that automatically dim the forecourt awning lights when there are no customers, saving up to 50% electricity.
The service station also has modern variable refrigerant flow technology in air conditioning systems with a high energy efficiency rating that reduces energy consumption by 35% and uses only environmentally friendly refrigerants without ozone for all refrigeration units.
Located on Al Quds Street linking Sheikh Zayed Road and Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road, the service station will serve the needs of surrounding residential communities including Al Twar, Al Qusais, Muhaisnah and Hor Al Anz.
Built to world best practice for the retail fuel industry with full retail automation and modern construction standards, the service station is equipped with full CCTV surveillance and automatic plate detection cameras registration to ensure the highest safety standards.
Featuring an attached restaurant with drive-thru, a 305 m² ZOOM store is also being built on site, providing customers with access to a wide range of products on the go.
Various payment methods, including ENOCPay, ViP and Dubai Now, are accepted. ENOC’s “Yes” rewards program is also accepted at the gas station.
The “Yes” rewards program allows customers to earn points and rewards when paying for fuel and automotive services or when purchasing convenience and grocery products; as well as F&B through ENOC’s service station network.
Al Marri hailed the strategic partnership with the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC).
He also commended “the long-standing relationship between the two parties in terms of supporting outreach programs and initiatives and smart services, reflecting our commitment to providing high-quality services that keep community members happy.”
Al Marri pointed out that the inauguration of the new service station is part of strengthening the relationship between Dubai Police and ENOC to ensure the provision of sustainable services to members of society and help support the infrastructure in the Emirate of Dubai to the highest international standards.
Al Marri further emphasized the importance of partnerships between the private and government sectors to achieve mutual goals and ultimately contribute to the prosperity of our beloved emirate.
In addition, the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police commended the cooperation between the two parties over the past few years in launching joint initiatives, namely “on-the-go services”, which have helped maximize the happiness of customers by providing an innovative and distinguished service. which keeps pace with smart transformation goals in the emirate.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “We are proud to partner with Dubai Police to better serve our growing customer network, including surrounding residential communities, with the opening of our new station. -service.
“Through this partnership, we will continue to contribute to the economic development and energy security of the country in its next phase of growth for a sustainable energy future for all.”