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Utility’s smart grid station, an icon of 4th Industrial Revolution

DEWA has inaugurated its Smart Grid Station in Al Ruwayyah.
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DEWA sets world record in reducing water losses

DEWA has set a new world record by reducing losses in its water networks to 6.6%
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DEWA to install 270,000 new smart meters

DEWA will install 270,000 new smart meters across Dubai under phase 3 of its ‘Smart Applications via Smart Grid and Meters’ smart initiative.
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DEWA expands grid capabilities with AED93 million in contracts

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has added an AED93 million ($25.3 million) investment to enhance its smart grid capabilities. The investment funds the design,...
energy management

DEWA HQ receives ISO 50001 in energy management systems

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has received the ISO 50001 for its energy management system at its headquarters, in recognition of its efforts...
EnergySavvy

DEWA disrupts utility business with AI partnership

To support the UAE Artificial Intelligence Strategy, DEWA has formed a strategic partnership with Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR) Lab. It is the first...
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Dubai: 6 Smart projects promoting sustainable development

DEWA has completed the electrical connections and installation of smart metres at four projects, a vehicle charging station and a ‘Manarati’ smart pole
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Green Dubai empowers customers to make sustainable choices

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has launched Green Dubai, which includes initiatives that will empower customers to make sustainable decisions that contribute to...
risk management

World’s first PAS risk management standard for utilities released

DEWA has collaborated with the British Standards Institute to set the world's first Publicly Available Standard on utility risk management practices
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DEWA tests energy storage system at Dubai’s solar park

DEWA has launched a pilot project to install and test a 1.2MW/7.2MW per hour sodium sulphur battery energy storage system (NaS BESS) at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park.

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