power and water
Electricity and water are the main challenges of fast growing economy such as Dubai. With the emirate’s population projected to double by 2030, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is leaving nothing to chance. From the largest solar park in the world, to the first ever coal power plant in the Gulf, DEWA is fully charged to power up the future of Dubai. Writes Baset Asaba
The new Energy Department will be responsible for strategic plans for the entire energy sector in Abu Dhabi
More than $15bn worth of projects and funding was announced at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) and its co-located events, the International Water Summit and EcoWASTE Exhibition, which took place during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2018 from 15 – 18 January, hosted by Masdar.
The Middle East Electricity (MEE) 2018 show took place on March 6-8 at Dubai World Trade Centre. It brought together influential players in the region's utilities industry and attracted more than 25,000 visitors
The three plants with a combined capacity of 150MW will be built at a cost of $180mn and will produce clean energy equivalent to the consumption of 150,000 homes
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