Veolia Environnement : Dalkia Awarded Global Energy and Technical Management Contract of Abu Dhabi Flagship Airports

  Veolia Environnement : Dalkia Awarded Global Energy and Technical Management
  Contract of Abu Dhabi Flagship Airports

                             United Arab Emirates

Business Wire

PARIS -- July 16, 2013

Regulatory News:

Veolia Environnement (Paris:VIE):

Dalkia, through its subsidiary MAF Dalkia, secured a new contract with
aviation giant Abu Dhabi Airports Company PJSC (ADAC) to provide a full range
of energy and technical services across three of their airports and a city
terminal in the United Arab Emirates.

Over the three year period of the contract, MAF Dalkia will provide energy
saving strategies, project management, technical services including
specialized security systems across ADAC’s award winning, flagship
development: Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Bateen Executive Airport, Abu
Dhabi International Airport City Check-in and Al Ain International Airport -
the largest of which is 2012 ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’, Abu Dhabi
International Airport (AUH).

With a dedicated team of 300 employees, MAF Dalkia’s scope of work for ADAC
will include: energy management and conservation, development, implementation
and updates of Standard Operations Procedures; full technical services
covering mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) services and specialised
airports operation systems.

“MAF Dalkia is pleased to join forces with ADAC, the leading aviation company
in the UAE, to offer its premium range of specialised services across these
award winning airports,” said Alexandre Mussallam, CEO of MAF Dalkia. “We look
forward to building on their existing success, by offering the highest level
of Management and Hard Services, while also instigating Energy Management and
Conservations Plans across all sites, bringing an international standard to
these world-class developments.”

Ahmad Al Haddabi, Chief Operations Officer at Abu Dhabi Airports Company,
commented: “ADAC welcomes MAF Dalkia as a new partner for the Capital’s
airports and it is confident that its expertise in managing complex and
large-scale developments will further support the company’s drive to operate
its airports and facilities to the highest of international standards, and
provide a unique travel experience.”

Dalkia’s strategy in Building Energy Services market, illustrated by the
implementation of the DESC - Dalkia Energy Savings Center - is focused on
generating significant and sustainable energy savings. From demand side
management to the optimization of energy supply, including management,
operation and maintenance, Dalkia activates all levers on the energy chain to
reduce the energy footprint of complex buildings. This contract demonstrates
the pertinence of this strategy and further establishes Dalkia as a key actor
in energy and technical services in Abu Dhabi and the Middle East. Dalkia is
already in charge of building and operating a new district cooling system for
the Saadyat Island new development zone which will host museums such as Le
Louvre, Guggenheim and Zayed and large hotels resorts.

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About MAF Dalkia
MAF Dalkia was established in 2002 as a joint venture between Majid Al Futtaim
Ventures and Dalkia, a European leader in energy services. It is a recognised
leader in energy and multi-technical services in the Middle East

About Dalkia
A subsidiary of Veolia Environnement and Electricité de France (EDF), Dalkia,
a global leader in energy services provides innovative solutions to support
the sustainable growth of cities and businesses. In an era of climate change,
volatile energy prices and scarce resources, Dalkia offers customers its
expertise in developing, constructing and operating greener and more
economical energy systems. With almost 50,000 employees in 35 countries,
Dalkia reported managed revenue of €8.9 billion in 2012. www.dalkia.com

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