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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - ENERGY CONSERVATION

Dubai Municipality launches Dubai Lamp initiative

Posted on 06/10/2016

The Dubai Municipality has launched the Dubai Lamp initiative in partnership with Philips Lighting, as part of the green initiatives designed to encourage sustainable development, under the directives of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The initiative was launched during the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX 2016), at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre by Hussain Nasser ...  >>MORE

Masdar Institute and MIT develop low-cost solar device converting sunlight to steam in dusty environment

Posted on 31/08/2016

A team of researchers from the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a novel, low-cost solar thermal energy conversion system that can easily generate steam from sunlight. The solar conversion system can help make technologies that rely on steam, like seawater desalination, wastewater treatment, residential water heating, medical tool sterilization and power generation, more efficient and affordable. The new device floats ...  >>MORE

Empower saves 4.8 percent more energy during summer campaign ‘Saving Starts at 24 C’

Posted on 15/08/2016

The Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower) has saved 4.8 percent more energy as compared to the same period last year during the second month (July 2016) of its summer campaign ‘Saving Starts at 24 C'. The outreach campaign targets all of Empower's customers and aims to reduce district cooling as well as electricity consumption and protect the environment resources. Empower offered its customers many tips to reduce the consumption of district cooling, such as setting the ...  >>MORE

Dubai to explore feasibility of geothermal energy

Posted on 19/07/2016

Having taken the lead on developing solar power, Dubai is on the hunt for other renewable sources of energy it can make use of, such as the seas of the Gulf of Oman and the steam from the earth. Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) is requesting proposals for an early-stage feasibility study on producing electricity from geothermal energy and its use in desalination – removing salt from water to make it potable. The other area of focus for the study will be to, for the first time in ...  >>MORE

Campaign aims to rationalise energy consumption

Posted on 18/07/2016

The Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation, Empower, announced the saving of 8 percent more energy compared to last year during the first month of its summer campaign, "Saving Starts at 24 C" which targets all of its customers and aims to reduce electricity consumption, protect the environment and contribute to lowering CO2 emission. In line with the directives of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, regarding the ...  >>MORE

Dubai goes green: 500 villas now producing own electricity

Posted on 12/06/2016

About 500 villas in Dubai have started producing their own electricity, marking the on-ground switch to green electricity. Dubai-based Sustainable City has announced that the villas are now successfully producing clean and sustainable energy using 'Solar Power Panels'. The Sustainable City is, therefore, the first residential project in Dubai to produce clean energy for over 500 villas, which are spread out over five residential clusters, and which comprise of many amenities. The beginning ...  >>MORE

Etihad ESCO and DIFC sign an energy performance contract to cut energy use by 72 per cent

Posted on 18/05/2016

DUBAI, 18th May, 2016 (WAM) - Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice-Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and Chairman of Etihad Energy Service Company (ESCO), signed an Energy Performance Contract with Essa Kazim, Governor of Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), to replace 28,500 of DIFC's traditional light bulbs with LED lights. This supports the UAE Vision 2021 to make the UAE one of the best countries in the world by increasing the use of clean energy, and implementing the UAE ...  >>MORE

LEDs to replace conventional lighting systems in the 710 km long federal roads network : Ministry of Infrastructure Development

Posted on 05/04/2016

An advanced light-emitting diode (LED) technology will replace the conventional incandescent light sources in the 710 kilometre-long federal road network as part of the Ministry of Infrastructure Development's strategic plan to deliver the UAE Vision 2021 and advance the UAE's ranking in global competitiveness indices, a source at the Ministry of Infrastructure Development has revealed. LEDs have many advantages over incandescent light sources including lower energy consumption by 50 per cent ...  >>MORE

Earth Hour achieves outstanding energy consumption and carbon dioxide reduction levels

Posted on 21/03/2016

Earth Hour 2016 has achieved outstanding results for Dubai, as organised by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for the ninth consecutive year, in line with the directives of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council. Earth Hour 2016 activities saw a 222MW reduction in the ...  >>MORE

On Earth Hour, Ministry of Energy to go ahead with plans for water and power rationalisation: Ministry's Under-Secretary

Posted on 19/03/2016

To mark Earth Hour, the UAE Ministry of Energy has affirmed that the climate action initiative serves as a clear message on the importance of rationalisation of electricity. In a statement on global observance, Dr. Mattar Al Neyadi said Earth Hour, which will occur in the UAE at 8:30 p.m. local time, promotes international efforts to raise awareness about the risks of excessive consumption of water and power resources. 'The Ministry of Energy will forge ahead with its plans to reach its ...  >>MORE

Lights go out across Dubai for Earth Hour for 9th year

Posted on 19/03/2016

Dubai may not have been bright with its typical array of glittering lights on Saturday evening, but it wasn't due to a power failure or a black out - it was down to the better conscious of the city's residents. From 8.30pm to 9.30pm, Dubai's most iconic landmarks, including the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, and the Burj Al Arab Hotel, turned their light switches from 'on' to 'off' to take action against climate change, with all essential lighting dimmed for the hour-long stand. ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Infrastructure launches initiative to install charging stations for electric vehicles

Posted on 21/02/2016

Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development, yesterday said the ministry has launched an initiative to establish charging stations for electric vehicles. He added that the move is part of the ministry's efforts to support the green economy and sustainable development. He noted that the UAE aims to become a global leader in this area, and centre for the export and re-export of green products, as well as technologies to maintain a sustainable environment. ...  >>MORE

UAE plans on exceeding target of 24% renewable energy by 2021

Posted on 19/01/2016

The UAE plans on exceeding its ‘conservative' target of making 24 per cent of its energy mix come from renewable sources by 2021, a top official in the capital said yesterday. In the first major meeting after the recently concluded COP21, a number of top leaders gathered during the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week's (ADSW) Global Action Day to answer the question: "What now?” Quoting Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), ...  >>MORE

Jafza's energy efficient project will generate a net saving of 30% worth Dh 132 million over 6 years

Posted on 22/11/2015

In line with its strategic goal to make the Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) the most energy efficient business hub, Economic Zones World (EZW) has signed a MoU with DEWA's Etihad ESCO to retrofit its existing buildings and facilities to make them more energy efficient. Jafza has always been in the forefront of implementing the Government's green initiatives to promote and preserve sustainable ecosystem. The initiation of the present retrofit project further reinforces its commitment. The move is ...  >>MORE

DEWA "Change begins with us" campaign targets over 20,000 people

Posted on 18/09/2015

To support Dubai's goals of implementing a clear strategy and innovative plans to establish the foundations of sustainable development, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, regularly launches social awareness campaigns and programmes to promote the rational use of energy and water and raise environmental awareness among Dubai's residents and visitors. The ‘Change begins with us' campaign encourages customers to limit their energy use during peak-load hours from 12-6 p.m.. This ...  >>MORE

EEA plays key role in establishing Dubai’s position as global hub for energy efficiency

Posted on 15/08/2015

Emirates Energy Award (EEA) plays a key role in establishing Dubai's position as a global hub for energy efficiency, renewable energy, sustainability, and environment protection. It is inspired by Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who said, "We recognise that preserving our energy resources will be one of the greatest challenges in our drive towards sustainable development. This, however, will not materialise unless the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Municipality implements sustainable street lighting strategy

Posted on 03/08/2015

Abu Dhabi Municipality is implementing a sustainable street lighting strategy to cut the total cost of lighting by approximately 60 to 75 per cent over the next 20 years. Switching from traditional lights on streets and underpasses to LED lights will reduce carbon dioxide emissions and maintenance costs. The switch from traditional to LED lights on Sheikh Zayed Bridge allowed an 81 per cent drop in power in consumption. The municipality explained that the strategy aims to implement policies ...  >>MORE

Shurooq reconfirms its commitment to sustainability

Posted on 30/07/2015

The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), the Sharjah government authority responsible for positioning the Emirate as a tourism and investment hub, reconfirmed its commitment to employing the highest sustainability and energy reduction standards in all of its current and future projects. Shurooq has been at the forefront of energy preservation since it was established in 2009, having switched all lighting systems in Al Qasba from traditional light bulb to LEDs, resulting in a ...  >>MORE

DEWA launches ‘Tips Before Traveling’ campaign

Posted on 25/07/2015

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched an awareness campaign across its social media platforms targeting customers before they travel during summer vacation and leave their houses for a relatively long period. The campaign includes a collection of tips and simple instructions to be followed in order to preserve energy and water and to reduce waste. "We work in line with the ‘Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030' which aims to reduce demand for energy by 30 per cent by ...  >>MORE

Sharjah: City of Conservation

Posted on 24/07/2015

Sharjah city has became the "City of Conservation" of energy, water and gas, according to a declaration by the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, SEWA, under the directives of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, say reports published by UAE dailies. The Chairman of SEWA, Dr. Rashid Al Leem, while announcing the ambitious decision at a press conference held at the SEWA head office in Sharjah yesterday, said that the body is ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality earns Energy Global Award

Posted on 23/07/2015

Dubai Municipality has won the Energy Global Award as part of the national sustainability project category for a successful research report they submitted. The report titled ‘Excellence in sustainability and the role of the overall management of wastewater in Dubai' highlighted the role of the treatment plant administration at Dubai Municipality in the overall management of the most important natural resources in the world. Announcing the achievement, Reda Salman, director of the treatment ...  >>MORE

Sharjah to cut power and water use by 30%

Posted on 23/07/2015

In an ambitious new move, Sharjah plans to slash power and water use by at least 30 per cent over the next five years. The plan was announced on Wednesday at the head office of the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (Sewa) as part of the declaration of Sharjah as the City of Conservation. Currently, the daily peak power consumption is 2,200 megawatts (MW) while the daily water use is 110 million gallons, Sewa Chairman Dr Rashid Al Leem said. If the target is achieved, it would mean ...  >>MORE

Dubai commits to $20 million of energy saving projects

Posted on 19/07/2015

Several government-backed entities in Dubai have signed contracts worth around $20 million to make environmental improvements to their real estate portfolios. They include Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai Airport Free Zone, Dubai Civil Defense, DP World and Wasl Asset Management Group. Each has struck a deal with Etihad Energy Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), which was set up two years ago with the ...  >>MORE

RTA makes progress in saving power consumption last year

Posted on 20/05/2015

Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has made a remarkable progress in saving water consumption last year, according to a report published by the RTA marking UAE celebrations of the World Water Day. Dr. Yousef Mohammed Al Ali, CEO of Public Transport Agency, said: "The report published by the Agency about water consumption in public transport facilities last year amounted to 32 million gallons, recording a drop of about 2.77 million gallons from levels reported in 2013 which were 34.7 million ...  >>MORE

Dubai Carbon, AFC Energy sign MoU to study deploying hydrogen fuel cells to generate energy

Posted on 10/05/2015

Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence (Dubai Carbon), has signed an MoU with Britain's AFC Energy, to assess the potential for using hydrogen fuel cells to generate energy in Dubai. This supports the UAE's efforts to reduce carbon emissions. As per the MoU, Dubai Carbon will work with AFC to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by using hydrogen fuel cells in a number of facilities. The two sides will investigate using AFC's hydrogen fuel cells in certain sites and projects that are under ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler launches Power Consumption Hour initiative from July 1

Posted on 05/05/2015

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has directed the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) to launch a "Power Consumption Hour" initiative. As part of the initiative, every year beginning July 1, people will be exhorted to shut off all non-essential power consuming devices between 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm, an hour when demand for electricity increases and loads reach peak levels. The initiative is aimed at raising awareness about the ...  >>MORE

Sustainability right in the middle of the desert

Posted on 02/05/2015

In two years, students and tourists will be heading to the middle of Dubai's scorching desert to learn about the emirate's sustainable energy projects. Special bus and metro services are being planned to attract them by 2017 when the Solar Innovation Centre (SIC) of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) will rise from the desert, overlooking the massive Mohammed bin Rashid Solar Park in Seih Al Dahal. The four-storey building will be an ‘edutainment' centre akin to a gallery or ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in third Forum of the Global Network for Sustainable Cities in Paris

Posted on 22/04/2015

PARIS: The UAE has participated in the third Forum of the Global Network for Sustainable Cities, organised by the Department of Energy and Climate Change in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with Masdar and the French Government in Paris, Nantes and Montpellier. The UAE's participation with a large delegation representing the relevant sectors' legislative and regulatory bodies of municipalities and those in the energy sector, aims to highlight the success of national stories in ...  >>MORE

UAE’s eco-friendly residents join Abu Dhabi Festival 2015 in celebration of Earth Hour

Posted on 30/03/2015

Abu Dhabi Festival celebrated Earth Hour for the fifth consecutive year, with a fun filled series of educational workshops for the eco-friendly residents of the UAE. Taking place this year in Hili Fun City, Al Ain, in partnership with the Emirates Wildlife Society-World Wide Fund for Nature, Abu Dhabi Festival hosted a series of workshops for children based around this year's Earth Hour theme – climate change. Led by the ‘Nutty Scientists', a leading educational troupe, the workshops focused ...  >>MORE

Dubai marks Earth Hour for 8th consecutive year

Posted on 29/03/2015

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has achieved an impressive reduction in electricity use of 305 MWh and a reduction of 183 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions during Earth Hour 2015 in Dubai. This is an increase of 20% compared to last year, when DEWA recorded savings of 255 MWh of electricity and 153 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions. The Earth Hour event in Dubai was held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and ...  >>MORE

UAE to observe Earth Hour today from 8.30pm

Posted on 28/03/2015

The biggest landmarks of the UAE will be plunged in darkness from 8.30 as part of ‘Earth Hour', today. The UAE has been observing the event since 2008, with involvement of all the seven emirates. The global movement which began in 2007 now sees participation of 7,000 cities in 162 countries across the world. In Dubai, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) spearheads the event along with Emirates Wildlife Society (EWS-WWF). Saeed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of Dewa, said ...  >>MORE

Country's wise leadership has given extra attention to sustainability of resources: Energy Minister

Posted on 28/03/2015

Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy, has said that country's wise leadership has given extra care to the welfare of the citizens and sustainability of resources through launching a number of pioneering initiatives and projects, particularly in the regional and international levels. In his statement on the occasion of the Earth Hour, which will be marked tomorrow (Saturday, March 28th), Al Mazrouei said that main objective of celebrating the Earth Hour, is to raise ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airports’ Earth Hour campaign targets energy savings of 230,000 kWh

Posted on 26/03/2015

Dubai Airports' 24-day switch-off in the run-up to Earth Hour on March 28th will save an estimated 230,000 kWh in energy – enough to power an average home for approximately 15 years, which is equivalent to 159 metric tonnes of CO2 emissions. The campaign has involved the switching off of all non-essential lights at Dubai International and Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central for an hour every day since March 5th. The hour-long switch off does not affect essential facilities within ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo to participate in Earth Hour

Posted on 25/03/2015

As part of its commitment to conserving the environment, Al Ain Zoo has announced its participation in Earth Hour on Saturday, 28th March. Visitors are being offered free-entrance from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. to enjoy a wide on-site campaign full of activities and workshops. Guests are invited to participate in a wide range of activities organised by Al Ain Zoo during the day, including lantern making workshops. Additionally, visitors can experience true Emirati hospitality from 'Mills' ...  >>MORE

Dubai set to implement energy efficiency measures

Posted on 21/03/2015

The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy's Demand Side Management Executive Committee held its seventh meeting at its headquarters, chaired by Ahmed Buti Al Muhairbi, secretary general of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy. The meeting was attended by Yousef Jebril, executive vice-president of Power and Water Planning at Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) and vice-chairman of the Committee, Faisal Ali Rashid, director of Demand Side Management at the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, ...  >>MORE

DEWA to observe Earth Hour on 28 March

Posted on 19/03/2015

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has stated that DEWA is part of Dubai's efforts to raise environmental awareness. This supports its vision to become a sustainable innovative world-class utility. Al Tayer noted that DEWA is organising the Earth Hour based on the directives of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin ...  >>MORE

DEWA urges customers to limit electricity usage between 12-6pm to protect the environment

Posted on 19/08/2014

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) urges customers to limit electricity usage between 12-6pm to protect the environment and says environmental sustainability helps preserve natural resources for us all and for generations to come by making the most efficient use of our resources to ensure their sustainability and reduce damage to the environment. With global warming leading to climate change and the population set to grow to nine billion by 2050, sustaining the basic quality of life ...  >>MORE

DEWA extends its 24 Celsius campaign to the commercial sector

Posted on 14/08/2014

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has extended its annual campaign ‘Set your AC to 24C' to raise awareness amongst commercial consumers about the importance of rationalising consumption to preserve natural resources. The campaign complements DEWA's efforts to support environmental sustainability in Dubai. The Set your AC to 24C campaign encourages consumers to adopt environmentally-friendly lifestyles at their homes and workplaces by setting their air conditioning to 24C, which is ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. looks to tap vast potential of wind power

Posted on 15/06/2014

The U.A.E. has been a driving force in funding wind power overseas, but the green energy source has found itself in the doldrums closer to home. The country's obvious solar potential has also had the effect of putting other renewables in the shade That could be about to change as attention focuses on the wind potential offered by locations such as the power-hungry Northern Emirates and islands such as Sir Bani Yas, while at the same time technology to produce power from lower wind speeds ...  >>MORE

DEWA achieves impressive reduction in demand for energy and water

Posted on 27/05/2014

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has achieved considerable success in reducing the demand for energy and water in Dubai through a wide series of initiatives to meet the goals of the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030, launched by the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy to reduce energy demand by 30 percent in 2030. DEWA has succeeded in reducing annual per capita consumption of electricity to 15,346 kW in 2013 compared with 16,022 kW in 2010, while the annual per capita consumption ...  >>MORE

Desalination plants to run on renewable energy in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 06/05/2014

Nearly a third of the UAE's greenhouse gas emissions, which are produced by burning conventional fossil fuel, comes from desalination plants. Plans to create these plants running on renewable energy have finally been set in motion by Abu Dhabi's clean energy company Masdar. The plan was on the drawing board for a year, but on Monday, during the Abu Dhabi Ascent climate change conference, Masdar and its partners for the project, the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) and the Abu Dhabi Water ...  >>MORE

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Dubai Municipality launches Dubai Lamp initiative


Masdar Institute and MIT develop low-cost solar device converting sunlight to steam in dusty environment


Empower saves 4.8 percent more energy during summer campaign ‘Saving Starts at 24 C’


Dubai to explore feasibility of geothermal energy


Campaign aims to rationalise energy consumption


Dubai goes green: 500 villas now producing own electricity


Etihad ESCO and DIFC sign an energy performance contract to cut energy use by 72 per cent


LEDs to replace conventional lighting systems in the 710 km long federal roads network : Ministry of Infrastructure Development


Earth Hour achieves outstanding energy consumption and carbon dioxide reduction levels


On Earth Hour, Ministry of Energy to go ahead with plans for water and power rationalisation: Ministry's Under-Secretary


Lights go out across Dubai for Earth Hour for 9th year


Ministry of Infrastructure launches initiative to install charging stations for electric vehicles


UAE plans on exceeding target of 24% renewable energy by 2021


Jafza's energy efficient project will generate a net saving of 30% worth Dh 132 million over 6 years


DEWA "Change begins with us" campaign targets over 20,000 people


EEA plays key role in establishing Dubai’s position as global hub for energy efficiency


Abu Dhabi Municipality implements sustainable street lighting strategy


Shurooq reconfirms its commitment to sustainability


DEWA launches ‘Tips Before Traveling’ campaign


Sharjah: City of Conservation


Dubai Municipality earns Energy Global Award


Sharjah to cut power and water use by 30%


Dubai commits to $20 million of energy saving projects


RTA makes progress in saving power consumption last year


Dubai Carbon, AFC Energy sign MoU to study deploying hydrogen fuel cells to generate energy


Sharjah Ruler launches Power Consumption Hour initiative from July 1


Sustainability right in the middle of the desert


UAE participates in third Forum of the Global Network for Sustainable Cities in Paris


UAE’s eco-friendly residents join Abu Dhabi Festival 2015 in celebration of Earth Hour


Dubai marks Earth Hour for 8th consecutive year


UAE to observe Earth Hour today from 8.30pm


Country's wise leadership has given extra attention to sustainability of resources: Energy Minister


Dubai Airports’ Earth Hour campaign targets energy savings of 230,000 kWh


Al Ain Zoo to participate in Earth Hour


Dubai set to implement energy efficiency measures


DEWA to observe Earth Hour on 28 March


DEWA urges customers to limit electricity usage between 12-6pm to protect the environment


DEWA extends its 24 Celsius campaign to the commercial sector


U.A.E. looks to tap vast potential of wind power


DEWA achieves impressive reduction in demand for energy and water


Desalination plants to run on renewable energy in Abu Dhabi