Company Overview of Dubai Electricity And Water Authority
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority generates, transmits, and distributes electricity in Dubai. It also produces potable water principally through a desalination process, and distributes it to end users in Dubai. As of August 31, 2010, the company had installed electricity capacity of 7,829 megawatts and installed water desalination capacity of 330 million imperial gallons a day. In addition, it involves in the acquisition, management, operation, and maintenance of central cooling plants and related distribution networks to provide district cooling services. Further, the company manufactures preinsulated pipes primarily for district cooling. Dubai Electricity and Water Authority was founde...
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United Arab Emirates
Founded in 1959
Key Executives for Dubai Electricity And Water Authority
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Director
Executive Vice President of Projects & Engineering
Executive Vice President of Generation Power & Water
Executive Vice President of Water & Civil
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Dubai Electricity And Water Authority Key Developments
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority Commits AED 60 Billion for Energy Water Projects
Nov 19 15
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) announced that it will invest AED 60 billion in Dubai's energy and water sectors over the next five years to meet increasing demand. In its bid to diversify the emirate's energy mix Dewa has increased the targets for renewable energy to 7% of Dubai's total power output by 2020 and 15% by 2030. Dewa is doing this to support the Green Economy for Sustainable Development initiative launched by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai to build a green economy in the UAE. Dewa has allocated over AED 2.6 billion to support electricity water and renewable energy infrastructure projects.
REC Viridis Eyeing DEWA
Oct 8 15
REC Solar ASA and Viridis Asset Management, LLC have jointly submitted an expression of interest for Dubai Electricity And Water Authority (DEWA). They intend to submit a competitive bid for a part of the remaining 800 megawatts (MW) at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. Luc Grare, Senior Vice President at REC, said, “Dubai benefits from high irradiation levels, making solar quite competitive. However, the best profitability analysis is useless if the solar panels are not performing as they should for at least 25 years due to the region's harsh climate conditions. With REC's high-quality products, long-term experience and German engineering expertise, REC has the know-how to implement efficient, long-running and reliable solar installations that can withstand the heat and sandstorms that exist in Dubai. We are pleased to contribute our demonstrated expertise on a competitive level backed by sustainable financial stability.”
Dubai Electricity And Water Authority Launches New Substation
Aug 25 15
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has launched a new 132/11kV substation with a capacity of 150 megavolt amperes in Dubai Academic City at a cost of AED 106 million. Constructing the station cost AED 89 million while extending 132kV ground cables to connect the station to the electricity transmission network cost AED 17 million. The new station meets the growing demand for electricity for different uses. The project supports Dewa's strategy a key component of the Dubai Plan 2021 to establish Dubai's regional position as a role model for the efficiency and effectiveness of electricity and water infrastructure.
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