DEWA has recently unveiled its revamped website to offer customers a seamless experience that enables them to access services, information and transactions with ease, while reflecting its corporate identity.
DEWA appoints 5 robots as customer service employeesThe move comes as part of its continuous quest to envision the future through the development of mechanisms that enrich the experience of customers, and contribute to the provision of seven-star quality services at its Customer Happiness Centres.0 3237
Saudi Electricity Company, GE spotlight power of long-standing partnership
Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and GE, in a statement, have stressed on the importance of their long-standing partnership for both the companies.
UAE’s Masdar installs world’s first offshore wind battery
The battery storage solution is the first in the world to be connected to an offshore wind farm.
All Indian villages now have a power supply: Prime Minister Modi
India has electrified all its villages 12 days ahead of a deadline set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said the government.
Dubai awards $384 million worth of contracts to expand electricity networks
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has announced that it awarded contracts to construct four 400/132kV substations, which is valued at $348 million (AED1.28 billion).
Electricity trading key to power consumption surge in Arab world
The Middle East and North Africa region will need investments of approximately $180 billion to add a 7.4 percent power capacity annually until 2021, which corresponds to additions of more than 130GW.
Oman electricity authority boosts support for electric vehicles
Oman’s Authority for Electricity Regulation (AER) has recently announced plans to prepare a regulatory framework to support the introduction of electric vehicles in the Sultanate.
Global Smart Energy Summit scheduled for March 2018
The Dubai World Trade Centre will host the opening session of the Global Smart Energy Summit from 6th to 8th …
Bitcoin mining consumes more electricity than Oman, Bahrain
Bahrain and Oman generate 27.8 TWh and 29.6 TWh of energy per year. Bitcoin, however, generates the most of them all – with a 30.25 TWh reading per year.
Saudi Aramco partners with ADNOC and Masdar
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) has signed two separate Memorandums of Understanding with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and with Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy Company, covering energy and technology collaboration, renewables, and carbon management.