ENOC opens its Service Station of the Future to the public


After unveiling the facility in 2020, the company opened the forecourt for public use in time for Expo City Dubai.

The Enoc Group has announced the opening to the public of its service station of the future at Expo City Dubai. As part of the event’s enduring legacy, this new facility is in line with the Group’s plans to continue contributing to the country’s economic development and energy security in its next phase of growth.

The 5,841.87 m2 forecourt harnesses renewable energy through 283 photovoltaic solar panels installed to generate 143 MWh of solar energy. In addition, a 25 m wind turbine is integrated into the installation to generate 12.7 MWh of wind energy per year, on the 4.38 km2 World Expo site.

“Since its inauguration, the service station has served the logistics needs of the entire Expo 2020 Dubai fleet before and throughout the event. As Expo City Dubai hosts a number of residents and businesses, we aim to meet the fuel and convenience needs of the public in the area. Moreover, the service station, which is a true testament to our commitment to sustainable development, is aligned with the environmental objectives of the city,” said Saif Humaid Al Falasi, CEO of Enoc Group.

Enoc was inspired by the rich heritage of the UAE in the form of its national tree, the Ghaf. Over 43,000 m2 of carbon fiber was used to construct the canopy in addition to 37 tonnes of carbon fiber used to construct the 133 multi-layered canopy frames that house innovative transparent ethylene foil shaped canopies tetrafluoroethylene powered by more than 3,800 LED Lighting Modules.

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