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Dubai Electricity and Water Authority adds to bill-paying options

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) customers can now pay their bills by check using Emirates NBD's check deposit machines. DEWA utilizes the Tayseer service, launched in June 2016, to facilitate the payment method. Creating a simpler way for customers to pay each month is part of DEWA’s vision to reaching more people and making their patronage easier. Read More »

Dubai laboratories to research 3-D printing, drone technology

Leaders in the United Arab Emirates are building a new set of scientific laboratories in Dubai's Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park to help continue innovation in aerospace and other manufacturing industries. A set of 3-D printed laboratories are slated to be built as part of the research and development center there, and the labs also will conduct research on drones. Read More »

Green Charger stations helping Dubai convert to sustainable vehicles

Electric cars will become increasingly commonplace in Dubai as the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's Green Charger initiative, begun in 2014, continues to fall into place, with charging stations planned at strategic locations throughout the UAE. The authority plans to convert to electric cars, stay on point as technology further evolves and encourage sustainable transportation. Read More »

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's road to success highlighted at forum

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) CEO and Managing Director Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer spoke of the utility’s dedication to develop processes and quality standards at the first Dubai Forum for Government Best Practice. During his speech, Al Tayer highlighted DEWA’s goal of optimizing it services by building an environment of excellence. Read More »

Drones making Dubai Electricity and Water Authority work more efficient

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has advanced drone use so it can be used to better serve the region, strengthen the services offered and support Dubai's infrastructure. The advanced technology harnessed by DEWA is used for early detection to identify overhead power lines and for topographic surveys, photovoltaic panel maintenance and thermal inspection. Read More »

Suqia trustees discuss initiatives, goals

Initiatives to fight poverty and illness, leadership initiatives and community empowerment programs were among the items discussed at a recent meeting of the board of Suqia, the United Arab Emirates' Water Aid Foundation, at the the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's offices. The meeting included updates on ongoing research and development projects and water technology advances. Read More »