Veolia opens a new energy and performance control centre for the Middle East in Dubai

Via its subsidiary Enova - the leading facilities and energy management company in the Middle East - Veolia opened a state-of-the-art centre on 2 May devoted to energy performance solutions.

Adapted to the region’s growth, the development of digital technology, and its clients’ new requirements, the extension of Enova's headquarters includes a new platform for smart building energy performance monitoring: Hubgrade 4.0.

As the UAE and the Middle East need new levels of facilities management, our upgraded smart monitoring platform, Hubgrade 4.0, is the core of Enova’s service excellence guarantee. Through Hubgrade, our team of experts provides clients with an unrivalled holistic overview of their assets’ performance covering a large number of complementary indicators, allowing us not only to guarantee savings, but also to use it as a Measurement & Verification tool. The new space which fosters collaboration between engineers, digital experts and customer-facing colleagues presents an overview of data retrieved in real time, and optimizes the on-site and mobile teams’ maintenance activities
Anne Le Guennec
Enova CEO
Our Hubgrade 4.0 hypervision platform offers greater flexibility for customizing our service offering on the basis of users’ needs. This Hubgrade revamping also brings a new offer structure to suit varying budgets and service level requirements – Progress, Smart, Green, and Premium
Rachid Hamida
Enova’s Technology and Performance Director

Enova’s integrated software suite won the Global FM Award last year and also took second place in this year’s MEFMA Technology-Driven FM Awards in March.

In 2014 this energy saving centre was a first smart energy monitoring platform for Veolia, which now has a total of 23 worldwide. In 2017, rebranded Hubgrade 2.0, it was able to integrate data on energy, water, and waste. In 2018, Hubgrade 3.0 gave clients the opportunity to interact with their assets’ consumption data.