UAE-based consultancy firm, DC Pro Engineering, has announced that it has expanded its operations to Australia.
The company revealed in a statement that it has opened two offices in the country, one in Perth and another in Melbourne, in response to the country’s efforts to transition away from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
According to DC Pro, the new offices will work with public and private entities in adapting new technologies and approaches to meet energy distribution, generation, and storage needs of Australian consumers.
Commenting on the company’s expansion, George Berbari, chief executive officer of DC PRO Engineering, said: “The Australian government has pledged to cut its greenhouse gas emissions significantly by 2030, and DC Pro Engineering identified a way in which we could contribute to this vision that embodies our approach.”
“Australia is just one of many territories where we have identified growth opportunities, but the main reason DC Pro Engineering has opened offices in Australia is to be part of the country’s green vision and journey, and to share our expertise.
Marcus Wearing-Smith, representative of DC Pro Australia, added: “District energy systems are being considered as a necessary component of Australia’s energy future. The emergence of Renewable Energy Micro Grids is essential to cater for the geographically disparate energy profile of the Australian continent.
“Traditional electricity grids are failing. DC Pro’s experience is directly aligned with the new energy regime emerging in Australia.”
The company noted that its Australian offices will introduce medium- to large-scale precinct and district energy systems into the country’s energy landscape and will offer both mechanical and electrical engineering services.