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Leading global companies join forces on solar energy project

DHL Global Forwarding and TotalEnergies have signed a contract that will see the two giants join forces on a solar energy project. Over 14,000MWh of electricity will be produced per year on eight sites.

Mini-grid solution empowers community

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION With nearly half of Africa lacking access to electricity, a ratio that jumps to nearly 100% in rural areas, the opportunities for both...

DEWA commissions 2MWp Solar Carport Project

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has commissioned a 2MWp Solar Carport Project, saving 1,500 tonnes of carbon emissions annually. Installed at its headquarters...

Dubai Solar Schools: top-tier educational institutions embrace solar

Dubai Solar Schools offers schools and universities in Dubai access to fully funded solar plants under a zero-capex/zero-opex formula, utilising local solar installations partners...

Expo 2020 Dubai selects digital transformation partner

Expo 2020 Dubai has partnered with Siemens to meet its sustainability targets. The aim is to create a plan for future smart cities. Read more:...

Utility bags top Esri analytics award for GIS achievement

Esri, the global leader in spatial analytics, presented Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) with its Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the...

DEWA extends free charging incentive for EV drivers

DEWA has announced the extension of free charging incentive for registered non-commercial users, to run until 31 December 2021.

DEWA to build solar-powered green hydrogen project

DEWA in collaboration with Expo 2020 Dubai and Siemens are set to build the first solar-powered hydrogen electrolysis facility in the MENA region.

$16 billion deal for Nigerian energy sector

[img:Dubai_0.jpg|Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem,
Dubai World Chairman &
Michael Kaase Aondoakaa,
San, Attorney General of the
Federation and Minister of
Justice for the Federal
Republic of Nigeria
]21 January 2009 - The majority of a $16 billion investment in a planned infrastructure deal with Nigeria will be provided by an international company based in Dubai, an official close to the project revealed this week.  The project, to develop oil and natural-gas drilling projects and refurbish the dilapidated power sector in the West African country, still has many details which still need to be finalised, but the overall aim is to identify and finance new oil and gas drilling projects, and build a minimum 1 000MW gas fired power station.

DEWA secures $650m for green projects

Dubai’s Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced this week that it has secured $650 million for green projects through its Dubai Green Fund. Saeed Al Tayer,...

DEWA builds Dubai’s first virtual power plant

DEWA is partnering with Canadian company Enbala to build the region’s first Virtual Power Plant.

DEWA sets new world record

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has set a new world record by reducing losses in its water networks to 6.6%, making it...