MENA companies recognized for their sustainability efforts at MENA Green Building Awards
EmiratesGBC’s MENA Green Building Awards recognizes sustainability efforts: Several MENA companies were recognized for their work to advance sustainability, according to a statement picked up by Zawya. The Green Building Products of the Year award in energy management was given to Dubai-based energy company Taka Solutions’ Takaunify platform, The Net Zero Building Project of the Year accolade was secured by trade and logistics firm AD Ports Group for their CMA Terminals Khalifa Port Administration Building, and the Developer of the Year award was snapped up by Abu Dhabi-headquartered real estate company Aldar.
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