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DEWA looks to build ties with Chinese companies

DEWA is eyeing ties with Chinese public and private entities with a focus on renewable and clean energy and its development, and enhancing opportunities for joint investment

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Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, CEO & MD, DEWA
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, CEO & MD, DEWA

A delegation headed by Saeed Mohammad Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) visited the People’s Republic of China to build closer ties with Chinese renewable and clean energy and smart services and smart grid companies and the Chinese government, reported WAM.

Al Tayer and the accompanying delegation visited Hanergy Holding Group’s headquarters in Beijing.

Hanergy is one of the largest international companies in alternative and renewable energy.

The two parties focused on renewable and clean energy and its development, and enhancing opportunities for joint investment.

Al Tayer also discussed solar power technologies and applications, which included integrated photovoltaic panels and their distribution on the roofs of industrial and residential buildings, residential and mobile power systems, solar-powered vehicles, and various elements of the exhibition.

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