The World Green Economy Organization (WGEO) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) signed a partnership agreement in Dubai to fast-track green investments into bankable smart city projects.
DEWA will showcase its digital technologies and initiatives as well as AI-focused solutions in the fields of clean energy, and smart metres and grids, to provide an unprecedented smart experience for the people of Dubai.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) organised the first intensive quantum computing training programme, in cooperation with Microsoft.
Saudi Arabia has shelved a $200 billion plan with SoftBank Group Corp to build the world’s biggest solar-power-generation project.
Intelligence-led security firm FireEye, has released information about a new cyber espionage operation primarily targeting Middle Eastern organisations in the energy sector.
According to DEWA, the initiative recognises AI as the next phase after Smart Government. The UAE’s future services, sectors and infrastructure will use AI technologies and tools.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is organising the AI Leadership Programme in cooperation with experts from the University of California, Berkeley.
Saudi Aramco is boosting its patented technologies after doubling its scientist headcount to 1,300, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched Green Dubai, which includes three initiatives that will help make Dubai the smartest, happiest and most sustainable city in the world.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched DEWA Store on its smart app to provide exclusive offers and discounts to DEWA’s customers, in cooperation with a number of public and private sector companies.
Dubai is extending its Safaqat project to retrofit solar rooftop panels on buildings across the UAE, with demand coming from Hatta and residential villas in Dubai.
Customers will now only be able to update their personal data through DEWA’s website and smart app.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is cooperating with Microsoft to develop new quantum-based solutions to address energy optimisation and other challenges where classical computers have serious limitations.
Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and GE, in a statement, have stressed on the importance of their long-standing partnership for both the companies.