EESL said that it will assist The Oberoi Group in implementing several energy-efficient initiatives, including clean energy systems across its properties through its Building Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP).
These initiatives will help reduce the group’s overall carbon footprint and strengthen its energy conservation efforts, the company said.
Under the contract, EESL, through its nationwide network, will collaborate with all Oberoi Group Hotels to evaluate opportunities for saving energy and lowering emissions. It said that it will recommend select energy programs from its portfolio with proven track records of successful implementation.
EESL also said that it will provide technical support and extend its procurement advantage through its partners across the energy sector.
“Our partnership with The Oberoi Group stands testament to the exemplary vision and progressive approach of a hospitality leader in joining the forces of achieving sustainable development of the country,” Saurabh Kumar, Executive Vice Chairman, EESL said.
The Oberoi Group, founded in 1934, presently operates 33 hotels, two Nile cruisers and a motor vessel in the backwaters of Kerala.