AIQ, an Abu Dhabi-based company focused on driving the artificial intelligence (AI)-powered transformation of the energy sector, and Beeah Group, the region’s sustainability pioneer, have announced their collaboration to propel the UAE’s sustainability agenda forward in alignment with the government’s vision and COP28 goals.
The agreement underscores AIQ and Beeah Group’s unwavering commitment to boosting sustainability across sectors and industries by leveraging future technologies such as AI.
The entities will collaborate on AI-driven opportunities in waste management, renewable energy, transportation and jointly explore new ways to drive value creation in the areas of sustainability and new energy.
The collaboration was sealed with the signing of a MoU at the Climate Tech Forum, held in Abu Dhabi, in the presence of Omar Al Marzooqi, the Chief Executive of AIQ, and Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Beeah.
Al Marzooqi said the UAE’s vision to become a global hub for climate action and impactful change is inspiring collective action, which AIQ is committed to, and now, we are incredibly excited to join forces with Beeah Group and expand our offerings beyond the energy sector.
“Their commitment to sustainability aligns with our mission to leverage cutting-edge technologies to develop game-changing solutions, power the progress of energy and drive growth across industries. This partnership represents a significant step in our shared vision for a sustainable future, and we look forward to what we will accomplish together,” he stated.
Al Huraimel said: “Driven by the pillars of sustainability and digitalization, BEEAH Group is redefining industries to be future-ready. Our businesses have demonstrated that technologies not only enable us to drive towards sustainability targets, but also achieve commercial success.”
“We are excited to partner with AIQ to further explore new avenues for AI-based technological development, create new business efficiencies, and achieve greater targets to support the UAE’s sustainability agenda,” he added.
Source: Gulf Daily News