MAF Dalkia rebrands as Enova
UAE-French JV focused on energy efficient facilities management changes its name ahead of move into Egypt.
MAF Dalkia Middle East, a joint venture between French energy and water services company Veolia and UAE-based shopping mall and leisure tycoon Majid Al Futtaim, is changing its name to Enova ahead of its expansion into Egypt this summer.
Founded in 2002, Enova describes itself as an energy saving and facilities management provider to customers mainly in the UAE.
However the company plans to open a new 150-staff operation in Egypt in July to service two shopping malls, City Centre Alexandria and City Centre Maadi in Cairo.
Ahmed Galal Ismail, Majid Al Futtaim Ventures CEO & Enova Chairman commented: “This name encapsulates Enova’s commitment to providing innovative facilities and energy management solutions to regional customers and is an important milestone for the company as it embarks on expansion into key MENA markets.
“This expansion will be an important contributor to Majid Al Futtaim’s goal of doubling its business in the next 5 years.”
Enova has already connected over five thousand points to its Energy Saving Center, an innovative proprietary tool which has the capability to process building energy data in real-time, enabling Enova to guarantee financial and energy savings to its customers.