DEWA to ramp up electric power supply in Dubai

Dubai saw a 4% increase in power demand in 2016 as its population continues to grow at a fast rate. Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has set aside $17.6bn toward the emirate’s energy sector over the next five years.



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