TahawulTech.com is delighted to confirm Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation’s (ENEC) ICT director, Alia Al Hammadi, as a guest speaker at the upcoming Power of 4: Fourth Industrial Revolution Forum.
The Regulatory and Supervisory Bureau (RSB) for electricity and water in Dubai has revealed that Dubai’s cumulative investments in the energy efficiency market increased to AED 500 million in 2017.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has invited companies and organisations to participate and display their products and services at the 20th WETEX and the third Dubai Solar Show.
A team of International Atomic Energy Agency experts has spent the last seven days reviewing the UAE’s nuclear energy progress, ahead of plans to begin generating power from the Barakah plant next year.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has inaugurated DEWA’s Digital Command Centre.
The battery storage solution is the first in the world to be connected to an offshore wind farm.
Dubai Investments has announced that its joint venture Emirates Insolaire the sustainable, energy-efficient coloured solar panel technology has received positive response from international players.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has met with a number of technology leaders from the public and private sector during a visit to the US.
As part of its efforts to promote the use of renewable energy, Samsung Electronics has announaced plans to source renewable energy for 100 percent of the energy used for all of its factories, office buildings, and operational facilities in the United States, Europe and China by 2020.
Saudi Aramco Technologies Company and Siluria Technologies, a company focused on processing technologies for the petrochemical and energy industries.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has recently signed partnerships with three start-ups to work with them in the 4th Dubai Future Accelerators Programme.
A recent study highlighted digitisation’s growing importance across many industries making it the number-one trend driving CEO decision-making in the global oil and gas sector.
Dubai Airports will use Siemens’ data analytics and smart building technology to guarantee annual energy savings of almost 20 percent per year at Dubai Airports’ facilities, according to WAM.