Lulu Group expands its partnership with SirajPower

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Lulu Group, a leading GCC retail chain, has expanded its partnership with SirajPower, the GCC’s leading distributed solar energy provider in the region, further strengthening its commitment to environmental sustainability and green initiatives.

Following their successful partnership in the UAE, Lulu Group has entered into a long-term solar lease agreement with SirajPower, facilitating the installation of cutting-edge 10MWp solar rooftop systems across six prominent locations of Lulu Hypermarkets in Bahrain.

The partnership with SirajPower underscores Lulu’s unwavering commitment to fostering a more sustainable and greener future for Bahrain, in line with the nation’s environmental objectives.

Laurent Longuet
Laurent Longuet
CEO – SirajPower

“We are thrilled to announce our expanding collaboration with Lulu Group as we venture into a remarkable 10MWp solar project in Bahrain. Lulu Group has been an integral partner for SirajPower, and our initial collaboration resulted in the successful completion of the solar carport installation at Lulu Group’s Dubai Silicon Central Hypermarket, UAE which continues to produce sustainable energy to this day. Our most recent solar project in Bahrain represents a significant milestone in our partnership with Lulu Group and showcases our commitment to developing and delivering clean energy solutions that will support the Kingdom’s ambitious goal of generating 10 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2035. Together with Al Namal Group, we expect to create a more sustainable future for Bahrain, and look forward to making a lasting impact.”

According to the statement, “The comprehensive solar capacity will be distributed among strategic locations, including Lulu Hypermarkets in Riffa and Hidd, the Ramli Mall at A’ali, the Lulu Dana Mall in Sanabis, and the Lulu Logistic warehouses in Sitra. Al Namal Group, a leading local partner in Construction and contracting, real estate, property development and management, health, and hospitality divisions, will provide valuable expertise and services for the installation of these solar systems.”

These cutting-edge solar panels will generate about 17GWh of clean energy annually, reducing approximately 12,078 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually. This will help Lulu Group achieve its sustainability goals and support the Kingdom of Bahrain’s clean energy vision.

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