The R&D Centre of DEWA at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park have published 40 papers in international scientific conferences and journals. The papers have enriched the scientific community with specialised studies in different areas of solar and clean energy.
DEWA enables its customers who own electric vehicles to obtain all transactions including EV Green Charger registration, charging, and billing & settlement on a trusted blockchain eco-system. This enables faster, safer, and more efficient transaction management, as well as saving time and effort.
Al Tayer has launched the PAS 60518:2020 - Enterprise Risk & Resilience Management standard for the utility sector. The new achievement confirms DEWA’s global role in the utility sector and supports its vision to become a globally leading sustainable innovative corporation.
DEWA is providing several smart features from its Smart Living initiative. They help customers to monitor their electricity and water consumption and choose smart conservation options, without needing to contact DEWA.
DEWA's R&D Centre, has been granted a patent for a system to measure atmospheric attenuation that results from different factors such as dust. This adds to DEWA’s record of achievements.
DEWA has started testing the different uses of the four-legged Spot Robots in its internal operations, becoming the first utility in the region to use this robot.
CEO of DEWA has inaugurated a wholly-owned subsidiary of DEWA called Moro Hub. The new centre provides services in Intelligent IoT Platforms, Cyber Security and Managed Services to support the Government and Enterprise customers in their digital transformation journey.
DEWA was awarded a certificate of acknowledgement from US-based NVIDIA Corporation for being the first UAE government organisation to adopt NVIDIA GPU Computing Technology among government entities in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data processing.
Ducab Group, one of the UAE’s largest manufacturing businesses has taken a significant step towards increasing its sustainability with the official opening of its solar plant.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is organising the 8th Future Engineer Summer Camp online, in collaboration with Emirates Science Club.
This is part of its efforts to provide a friendly and inclusive work environment for People of Determination (POD).
The workshops forecast trends by using tools to predict and build future scenarios and recommend actions to ensure future readiness.
It strives to remove all obstacles to ensure investor success, maintain Dubai’s position as an investment hub and a land of opportunities and achievements.
DEWA continues to promote voluntarism and social cohesion among stakeholders. It creates a work environment that enhances social responsibility among its staff and promotes humanitarian work
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has received 6,124 requests for electricity connections through its Al Namoos service, from its launch to 31 April 2020.
HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced that the share of clean energy in Dubai’s energy mix has increased to around 9%.