Enova launches dedicated energy and performance space

Enova launches dedicated energy and performance space
Published: 6 May 2019 - 7:15 a.m.
By: Nikhil Pereira

Enova has expanded its Dubai headquarters into two floors and unveiled a dedicated space for its energy, technical and performance solutions.

The new space will support the Middle East’s smart facilities management market growth.

“Our upgraded smart monitoring platform, Hubgrade 4.0, is the core of Enova’s service excellence guarantee, and this is physically represented in the new office space. Through Hubgrade, our team of experts provides clients with an unrivaled 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,” said the company’s CEO, Anne Le Guennec.

Launched in 2014 as Energy Saving Center to centralise data monitoring and analysis to deliver guaranteed savings, it was the first smart energy monitoring platform in the Veolia environment that now features a total of 16 centers worldwide.

In the following years, the tool continued to evolve to fit changing market and client needs. It was rebranded in 2017 to become Hubgrade 2.0, catering for a widened scope of energy, water, waste and other performance data. In 2018, after a seamless integration with Enova’s computer-aided facilities management (CAFM) tool and its newly launched smart waste services, Hubgrade 3.0 was introduced, revolutionizing the way our clients can interact with their assets’ consumption data.

Rachid Hamida technology and performance director Enova said: “Hubgrade 4.0 is enhanced with additional functionality in the form of the ‘Super Dashboard’. It combines a series of sub-dashboards in one real-time overview, offering flexibility for filtering and customization according to the viewer’s needs. This Hubgrade revamping also brings a new offer structure to suit varying budgets and service level requirements – progress, smart, green, and premium.”


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