Adnan Engineering > Services > RENEWABLE ENERGY

Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources, which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Renewable energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) energy services.

Solar Energy Division

We are the proud Solar Energy Service provider in the whole United Arab Emirates. With so many projects from small to large scale, we have achieved a trusted reputation with our customers in UAE. We take great pride in giving all our customers a solution that lead them to a better life and a safer environment. Solar thermal energy (STE) is an innovative technology for harnessing solar energy for thermal energy (heat).

Our TS series is an efficient and economical heating system that utilizes the natural principals of convection to give you steaming hot water and lower heating costs. Let our solar energy help your environment and your wallet. Produce your own electricity for your hot water with our state of the art products. Either commercial or residential, you can benefit from a long-term return.

We are ADNAN ENGINEERING focusing exclusively on renewable energy power generation using the latest tried-and-tested technologies. We know how hard it can be to find the best information to get you started. This is why we combine our engineering know how with a large range of solar energy products be it solar hot water systems or PV inverters, modules and mounting frames you can see why we are the preferred supplier for all things solar and wind.

Conergy’s Australia wide professional dealer and installer network offers competitive prices and good old fashioned customer service with fast turn around and a friendly smile. Another important reason to choose Conergy is the security of buying from a reputable brand. Conergy, as one of the world’s largest renewable energy companies, is still going to be around to honour your 25 year module warranty something that may not be important now, but can create a lot of hassle over 20 years after your system is installed and maintenance support may be required.

Solar Power System

ADNAN ENGINEERING solar modules and components are sourced from around the world, ensuring that we can supply the best suited product at the best possible price for your application. Solar power installations of private homes and businesses as well as one of the largest solar power plants worldwide are already producing clean energy with our components.


We offer solutions for grid connected and off grid installations, as well as architecturally unique constructions.

Solar Hot Water Systems In Dubai

Conergy develops high performance solar hot water systems that offer maximum convenience and simplicity. Our solar water heaters are designed locally by our in-house team of product design and engineering experts, meaning they are constructed to ideally suit the climatic conditions found right here in Australia. They are also exported to Asia, Europe and beyond. When it comes to product efficiency, Conergy’s range of solutions equals and, in most cases, surpasses the competition. Our systems rank among the highest for Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) rebates.


The Benefits of a Conergy Solar Hot Water System

  • Energy from the sun is free!
  • Reduce power bills whilst helping the environment
  • Receive up to 90 % of hot water requirements from the sun, with electric or gas boosting supplying the res
  • World leading design delivering superior quality, efficiency and reliability for a price you can afford
  • Breakthrough in roof mounted hot water technology and a choice of roof or ground mounted system
  • Suitable for below freezing to the harshest desert conditions
  • Government rebates available to approved applicants

Wind System In Dubai

Wind energy offers many advantages, which explains why it’s one of the fastest-growing energy sources in the world. Research efforts are aimed at addressing the challenges to greater use of wind energy. Read on to learn more about the benefits of wind power and some of the challenges it is working to overcome.

Advantages of Wind Power

  • Wind power is cost-effective. Land-based utility-scale wind is one of the lowest-priced energy sources available today, costing 1–2 cents per kilowatt-hour after the production tax credit. Because the electricity from wind farms is sold at a fixed price over a long period of time (e.g. 20+ years) and its fuel is free, wind energy mitigates the price uncertainty that fuel costs add to traditional sources of energy.
  • Wind creates jobs. The U.S. wind sector employs more than 100,000 workers, and wind turbine technician is one of the fastest growing American jobs. According to the Wind Vision Report, wind has the potential to support more than 600,000 jobs in manufacturing, installation, maintenance, and supporting services by 2050.
  • Wind enables U.S. industry growth and U.S. competitiveness. New wind projects account for annual investments of over $10 billion in the U.S. economy. The United States has a vast domestic resources and a highly-skilled workforce, and can compete globally in the clean energy economy.
  • It’s a clean fuel source. Wind energy doesn’t pollute the air like power plants that rely on combustion of fossil fuels, such as coal or natural gas, which emit particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, and sulfur dioxide—causing human health problems and economic damages. Wind turbines don’t produce atmospheric emissions that cause acid rain, smog, or greenhouse gases.
  • Wind is a domestic source of energy. The nation’s wind supply is abundant and inexhaustible. Over the past 10 years, U.S. wind power capacity has grown 15% per year, and wind is now the largest source of renewable power in the United States.
  • It’s sustainable. Wind is actually a form of solar energy. Winds are caused by the heating of the atmosphere by the sun, the rotation of the Earth, and the Earth’s surface irregularities. For as long as the sun shines and the wind blows, the energy produced can be harnessed to send power across the grid.
  • Wind turbines can be built on existing farms or ranches. This greatly benefits the economy in rural areas, where most of the best wind sites are found. Farmers and ranchers can continue to work the land because the wind turbines use only a fraction of the land. Wind power plant owners make rent payments to the farmer or rancher for the use of the land, providing landowners with additional income.


  • Wind power must still compete with conventional generation sources on a cost basis. Even though the cost of wind power has decreased dramatically in the past several decades, wind projects must be able to compete economically with the lowest-cost source of electricity, and some locations may not be windy enough to be cost competitive.
  • Good land-based wind sites are often located in remote locations, far from cities where the electricity is needed. Transmission lines must be built to bring the electricity from the wind farm to the city. However, building just a few already-proposed transmission lines could significantly reduce the costs of expanding wind energy.
  • Wind resource development might not be the most profitable use of the land. Land suitable for wind-turbine installation must compete with alternative uses for the land, which might be more highly valued than electricity generation.
  • Turbines might cause noise and aesthetic pollution. Although wind power plants have relatively little impact on the environment compared to conventional power plants, concern exists over the noise produced by the turbine blades and visual impacts to the landscape.
  • Wind plants can impact local wildlife. Birds have been killed by flying into spinning turbine blades. Most of these problems have been resolved or greatly reduced through technology development or by properly siting wind plants. Bats have also been killed by turbine blades, and research is ongoing to develop and improve solutions to reduce the impact of wind turbines on these species. Like all energy sources, wind projects can alter the habitat on which they are built, which may alter the suitability of that habitat for certain species.