Ali Al Jassim, CEO of Etihad Energy Service Company (Etihad ESCO), officially inaugurated the first session of the Licensed Measurement & Confirmation Specialist (CMVP) program recently, together with Professor Abdullah Al Shamsi, Vice Chancellor of the British University in Dubai (BUiD). The session, which creates part of the Dubai Power Effectiveness Training Program, was held from April 16 to 18 at BUiD.
The Dubai Power Efficiency Training Program, which combines a selection of worldwide and in your area certified training programs and components, is an initiative by the Dubai Government, mandated by the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE) and led by TAQATI - the committed Program Management Office for the Dubai Demand Side Management (DSM) technique - in partnership with BUiD, the Organization of Power Engineers (AEE) and the International Institute for Energy Training (IIET). TAQATI participated in a partnership with BUiD for the Program as part of its required in March this year.
" The effort is targeted at building the appropriate capabilities in order to help achieve Dubai's enthusiastic target of 30 percent reduction in energy consumption by 2030, by nurturing a community of trendsetters and thought leaders capable of leading the energy effectiveness programs in Dubai. This highlights the relevance of the development of continuous possibilities for expert advancement in the energy field also," stated Ali Al Jassim.
Professor Abdullah Al Shamsi, said: "Promoting sustainability with education is just one of the key tenets of British University in Dubai and it is an honor for the university to partner with Etihad ESCO in this extremely special program which aims to enhance the fostering of power management by raising the capacity in the country through continuing education in United Arab Emirates."