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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - ELECTRICITY & WATER

ADM completes Energy Demand Management Project in Abu Dhabi downtown

Posted on 12/12/2012

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City has successfully completed the Energy Demand Management Project in Abu Dhabi downtown, aimed at assessing the current demand for energy consumption at the East 3 Sector, located between Hamdan bin Mohammed Street, Zayed the First Street, and the 6th '&' 4th Streets in downtown Abu Dhabi. The Project, initiated by the Municipality in 2010, is undertaken in the context of the civic body's vision in supporting Abu Dhabi 2030 vision for sustainable development ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi eyes 23% of power from N-sources

Posted on 09/12/2012

Abu Dhabi, which is working on a comprehensive plan to diversify its energy mix, will derive 23 per cent of its electricity from nuclear sources by 2020. "This is expected to reduce 12 million metric tonnes of CO2eq per annum,” said Dr Mohamed Al Madfaei, executive director at the Environment Agency in Abu Dhabi, while speaking at a penal discussion in cooperation with New York University in Doha. A nuclear power plant is under construction at Braka near Ruwais in the Western region. The $20 ...  >>MORE

UAE has launched renewable energy initiatives, says Environment Minister

Posted on 06/12/2012

Doha: UAE Environment and Water Minister Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahd, has said the UAE takes special interest in the climate change issue. He added the country has launched in recent years a number of initiatives in the areas of renewable energy and sustainable development that contribute effectively to curbing of the carbon dioxide emissions. "We believe in the UAE that reaching consensus on the climate change issue will allow us to go further ahead than each country takes a lonely initiative". ...  >>MORE

Taqa may raise up to US$2 billion in bonds

Posted on 06/12/2012

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, popularly known as Taqa, has approached the international market to raise money to pay its debts after the International Petroleum Investment Company, or Ipic, successfully raised the biggest bond of the year. The Abu Dhabi-based energy firm is expecting to raise US$1 billion in its two-tranche bond, however Reuters newswire said Taqa may raise up to US$2 billion from the bond. The energy giant intends to use proceeds of the issuance for general corporate ...  >>MORE

‘Dewa surpassed top 10 European, US firms in efficiency and reliability’

Posted on 19/11/2012

"Dewa has achieved results that rival and even beat benchmarks for the private sector, surpassing 10 of the best European and American companies in efficiency, availability and reliability,” said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA). He made this statement on Sunday while inaugurating the second annual Innovation and Creativity Conference organised by Dewa under the theme "Get Inspired”. The event was held at The Address Downtown Dubai hotel, and ...  >>MORE

UAE to invest US$8bn in power

Posted on 07/11/2012

Power capacity to expand by over 53 terrawatt hours by end-2021 The UAE is expected to pump more than US$8 billion (Dh29.36 billion) in electricity generation over the next eight years with capacity expanding by over 53 terrawatt hours by end-2021, Business Monitor International said recently. "Expansion is the name of the game in the UAE's electricity market. With more than US$8 billion expected to be invested in the period up to 2020, covering thermal, renewable, coal and nuclear ...  >>MORE

Energy Ministers opens Dh 66 million SCADA centre in Umm Al Qaiwain

Posted on 06/11/2012

Mohammed bin Dhaen Al Hamili, Minister of Energy and Chairman of the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA), opened yesterday a state-of-the-art supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) centre in Umm Al Qaiwain as part of FEWA's consistent efforts to provide high qualitative, transparent services to customers. Al Hamili said the centre was commissioned in implementation of instructions given by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan for improving water and ...  >>MORE

Dh1.13b to be saved in street lighting costs in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 06/11/2012

Nearly Dh1.13 billion in street lighting costs for the capital will be saved over the next 20 years as new energy-efficient light fixtures replace the ones currently being used, senior municipality officials have announced. The new fixtures, which are being installed to light up new roads as well as to retrofit older streets, will allow for cost savings in terms of energy use, maintenance and operations. "This initiative to make lighting more sustainable in Abu Dhabi city will mainly involved ...  >>MORE

DEWA due to complete Al Ghafat Reservoir in November 2012

Posted on 01/11/2012

As part of its strategic plan to enhance the efficiency and reliability of its water networks to meet demand for its services, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's Al Ghafat Reservoir Complex is due to be operational by the end of November 2012. The reservoir has a storage capacity of 120 million gallons of desalinated water at a cost of Dh 285 million. 'DEWA is continuing its relentless pursuit to execute its various developmental projects to update its infrastructure; to cope with the ...  >>MORE

S&P raises Dewa credit rating

Posted on 31/10/2012

Rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) on Tuesday said it had raised credit rating of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) from 'BBB-' to 'BBB' reflecting Dewa's strong performance and abundant liquidity. S&P has confirmed that Dewa has a clear plan to refinance its debt maturities due in 2013, and expects it to provide a stable financial performance, which will maintain stable positive cash flow resulting from its operations. "This enhanced credit rating by Standard & Poor's for Dewa ...  >>MORE

The Dubai Declaration of Energy for All: WEF

Posted on 27/10/2012

World Energy Forum (WEF) 2012, held under the patronage of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, concluded today with the issuance of the following communique: "We, the heads of states and ministers of the United Nations member states, together with the representatives of international organizations, civil societies, academies and leaders from the private sector gathered at World Energy Forum ...  >>MORE

By 2030, Dubai's average energy growth is projected to be in the range of 4-5% per annum: DEWA CEO

Posted on 27/10/2012

Sustainability has become the main concern worldwide due to the adverse impact of climate change, a top Dubai official has acknowledged. 'The long-term national initiative to build green economy in the UAE under the slogan "A green economy for sustainable development", recently launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, aims to make UAE one of the world leaders as well as a centre for the export and re-export of ...  >>MORE

Etisalat launches energy saving solution for Sheikh Khalifa Medical City

Posted on 27/10/2012

Etisalat's commitment to finding solutions to reduce energy consumption and achieve cost savings is already achieving results through its recent MOU with Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) managed by Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi. Etisalat's Emirates Energy Star (EES) solution, a partnership with UAE-based Pacific Controls, is installed in the Surgical Pavilion at SKMC, and in its first month of implementation has achieved actual electricity savings that exceed the forecast target. Abdulla ...  >>MORE

WEF 2012 examines role of fossil fuels in global economy

Posted on 24/10/2012

On day two of the World Energy Forum 2012 held at the Dubai World Trade Centre under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, a Ministers' roundtable was held on the issue of Fossil Fuels. The discussion, presided by Mr. Kimball C. Chen, Chairman and CEO, ETG Companies, brought together an array of high profile figures, including Mohammed bin Dha'en Al Hamili, Minister of Energy, United Arab Emirates, Dr. ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid attends opening of WEF 2012 – declares Oct 22 as World Energy Day

Posted on 23/10/2012

The Dubai World Energy Forum (WEF) kicked off yesterday at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) under the patronage of UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum In his opening statement on behalf of the UAE, H. H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy ruler of Dubai, welcomed the UAE guests and thanked them for accepting the invitation to participate in this global event which is held for the first time outside ...  >>MORE

Taqa a major investor in Abu Dhabi power, water projects

Posted on 23/10/2012

A 60m waterfall cascades from the steam turbine condensers of the Fujairah II power station, frothing waste water into the Arabian Sea where oil tankers dot the horizon beyond. The scene around the plant, one of the crown jewels of Taqa, which is 72.5 per cent owned by the Abu Dhabi government, tells something of the surprising story of the country's energy position. For while the UAE is a leading oil exporter, its domestic energy provision is dominated by power stations like Fujairah II, ...  >>MORE

DEWA starts the phase-1 of 13 MW Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park

Posted on 18/10/2012

The contract to construct the first phase of Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, a 13 megawatt (MWDC) solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Dubai was awarded to U.S-based First Solar Inc. by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), the Authority announced in a press release. Under the terms of the agreement, First Solar will provide engineering, procurement and construction services, as well as its advanced thin-film PV modules. Awarding of the contract for phase-1 of the ...  >>MORE

Taqa all fired up over plan to power oilfields in southern Iraq

Posted on 09/10/2012

Abu Dhabi's power company plans to provide electricity to the oil sector in southern Iraq to help to fuel the nation's ambitious crude production targets. Abu Dhabi National Energy (Taqa) hopes by next year to announce the details of a power project at one of the south's massive oilfields. "We're working on a project with partners that we've put together," said Frank Perez, Taqa's executive officer for power and water. "The oil and gas majors, particularly in the south, have huge concessions ...  >>MORE

Dh1.5b clean coal power plant in RAK

Posted on 04/10/2012

Utico Middle East and Shanghai Electric, the world's largest coal power company, announced on Wednesday a joint collaboration to establish the world's greenest coal-fired power plant in Ras Al Khaimah. An agreement to this effect was signed in Ras Al Khaimah between Rashid Mehran Al Baloushi, chairman of Utico Middle East, and Han Youtian, vice-chairman of Shanghai Electric, in the presence of high-ranking authorities from the Ras Al Khaimah government. Supported by the Ras Al Khaimah ...  >>MORE

Supreme Council of Energy launches Emirates Energy Award 2012-2013

Posted on 03/10/2012

The Supreme Council of Energy launched yesterday the Emirates Energy Award 2012-13, which will reward best practices and leading initiatives in the areas of energy efficiency, alternative energy, sustainability and environmental protection. The Award was launched under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. Details of the award and its new logo were presented at a press conference at the Grand Hyatt ...  >>MORE

Adwec to increase its power export to 1300MW

Posted on 27/09/2012

Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Company (Adwec) will increase power supply to the northern emirates by 1300MW next year to eliminate the power shortage in these emirates. Einar Al Hareeri, Head of Power Forecast Section at Adwec, said: "By 2013 Adwec will increase it power supply capacity to the northern emirates by 500mw form 700mw to meet the current shortage.” Moreover, she remarked that Adwec will supply ADNOC's new projects with power instead of relying on its own sources. "Demand on ...  >>MORE

UAE gears up for mega energy conference

Posted on 23/09/2012

The UAE will play host to dozens of heads of state, scores of national energy ministers and hundreds of top leaders from the energy industry as it gears up to hold the World Energy Forum in Dubai next month to build a roadmap towards cleaner, safer and more sustainable energy that can benefit all nations and people. Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, this will be the first time that ...  >>MORE

UAE power capacity outpaces demand

Posted on 02/09/2012

Power generation capacity in the UAE is growing at a higher pace than consumption – that not only ensures energy security of the country but will also make the UAE a net power exporter to the neighbouring countries once the GCC Power Grid becomes operational. Power generation capacity in the UAE has grown at a compounded rate of 12 per cent per annum during the last 5 years and current capacity stands at about 30,000MW while power consumption grew at a slightly lesser than 8 per cent per annum ...  >>MORE

Desalination a viable solution for water management in UAE

Posted on 02/09/2012

The UAE's rapid economic and population growth over the last couple of decades has put immense pressure on its water resources. Currently, the country has a population of 5.1 million, and continues to grow at a rate of 3.28 per cent. To meet the water demands of this escalating population and improve water connectivity, the government is looking at viable options such as desalination and infrastructure development. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan regarding assessment of the water and ...  >>MORE

Dewa’s H1 profit rises to Dh1.8b

Posted on 30/08/2012

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, popularly known as Dewa, on Wednesday said its first-half profit rose 12.6 per cent to Dh1.84 billion from Dh1.63 billion a year ago, according to a statement on Nasdaq Dubai. The power utility said revenue in January-June 2012 period recorded four per cent growth and increased to Dh6.87 billion from Dh6.6 billion a year ago, the statement said. The statement further shows that the utility's first-half operating profit fell 7.4 per cent to Dh2.6 billion ...  >>MORE

GCC states to spend US$252 billion on energy production in the next 5 years

Posted on 26/08/2012

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states are set to invest US$252 billion over the next five years on projects for setting up new power production plants, distribution systems and supply grids; recent reports claimed. In the UAE, Shams 1 will be one of the world's largest concentrated solar power plants, with a capacity of 100 megawatts. As energy bills keep rising, with the galloping cost of production and transmission internationally, designers, developers and end-users are increasingly ...  >>MORE

Dewa still No. 1 in e-Government Quality Services Assessment

Posted on 26/08/2012

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, or Dewa, has recently won first place in the annual Dubai e-Government Quality Services Assessment for the sixth consecutive year. This achievement was announced based on the e-Services 2011-12 assessment report by the Dubai e-Government. DEWA won the category of government bodies offering "less than 50” e-services. The report included assessments of Dewa's e-Services, which reflected positively on the solid and stable performance of Dewa's systems, ...  >>MORE

Dubai records an increase in peak load by 7 per cent as of July 2012

Posted on 23/08/2012

Building on its expertise as a sustainable world-class utility to meet the growing demand of different consumer segments and economic sectors, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced yesterday an increase in the capacity and efficiency of its electricity transmission networks to 6637 MW compared with 6206 MW for all year 2011 in the annual electricity Peak Load in Dubai, with an increase of 431 MW, a rate of 7% as of July 2012. "We are fully committed to maintaining and ...  >>MORE

Dh10b Fewa projects to be implemented

Posted on 22/08/2012

Electricity and water projects nationwide worth up to Dh10 billion are being implemented now by the Federal Electricity & Water Authority of the UAE (Fewa) to meet increasing demand, director-general of Fewa Mohammed Mohammed Saleh stated. In Phase-1 which was carried out last year, electricity projects worth Dh5 billion were aimed to increase the transfer capacity of the grid to 7100 mega volts and for distribution grids from 4400 to 6600 mega volts. Phase-2, with a total cost of Dh1.3 ...  >>MORE

TAQA second quarter 2012 results

Posted on 15/08/2012

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC ("TAQA"), a publicly listed company on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX: TAQA), yesterday reported its operational and financial results for the second quarter and first half of 2012. The first half of 2012 saw a strong performance by TAQA's Power '&' Water business, which grew revenues by 14% during the period, largely due to new production coming online at the Shuweihat 2 Independent Water and Power Project (IWPP) in Abu Dhabi. Operations in the ...  >>MORE

Emirates CMS Power Company becomes the first UAE-based firm meeting global VCS

Posted on 13/08/2012

Emirates CMS Power Company (ECPC), a combined cycle power and desalination plant operating in Al Taweelah wholly-owned by the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority, has received 36,436 VCUs to date in certificates - currently trading at over US$13 each - to sell on the open market. ECPC became the first UAE-based company to be registered as meeting global Verified Carbon Standard criteria, receiving Carbon Credits to help fund its programme. VCS issues credits relating to the greenhouse ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality to cut power, water use

Posted on 09/08/2012

Dubai Municipality, a member of the Supreme Council of Energy, or SCE, aims to cut its water and electricity consumption by 20 per cent in the next five years in line with Dubai's Integrated Energy Strategy that targets a 30 per cent reduction in energy demand in the emirate by 2030. At the SCE's 18th board meeting, Dubai Municipality presented its ongoing energy-efficiency drive, which has delivered notable electricity and water savings and a reduction in carbon emissions, and plans to ...  >>MORE

GCC governments invest US$100bn in water sectors to combat water scarcity in the region

Posted on 23/07/2012

Population growth and deterioration of water quality has prompted GCC governments to embark on major spending to combat water scarcity and ensure sustainable resources for the future. According to a recent report by Ventures Middle East, GCC governments have earmarked more than US$100bn in their water sectors between 2011 and 2016 to improve desalination technologies involving solar energy, and maximise on waste water treatments and recycling. In response, a renowned European company ...  >>MORE

UAE energy demand up 5.2% in 2011

Posted on 18/07/2012

Energy demand in the UAE grew by around 5.2 per cent in 2011, maintaining its position as the second largest Arab hydrocarbon consumer and reflecting high growth in its economy, according to official data. From around 1.48 million equivalent barrels per day (ebpd) in 2010, domestic consumption of crude oil, gas and other energy sources increased to nearly 1.56 million ebpd, showed the figures by the Kuwaiti-based Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC). Energy demand in the ...  >>MORE

Dh520m water plan to solve UAQ's supply problems

Posted on 16/07/2012

A Dh520 million, five-year plan to improve Umm Al Qaiwain's ageing water system is expected finally to solve the emirate's supply problems. A study by the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (Fewa), which took control of water supply in UAQ in February last year, found that 85 per cent of the 40-year-old network needs work. The emirate requires 5.5 million gallons of water a day, and will need 13 million by 2030. Residents face regular cuts to supply, with water delivered by tanker at an ...  >>MORE

Empower bags golden award at 103rd Annual IDEA Conference in Chicago

Posted on 11/07/2012

Emirates Central Cooling Corporation (Empower), has bagged the golden award at the International District Energy Association's (IDEA) 103rd Annual Conference held in Chicago, for the total square footage committed to district cooling and a silver award for the total number of buildings committed to the system. The awards were won against competition from top global companies from outside North America region. Ahmad Bin Shafar, CEO of Empower said: "This is the eighth time we have won laurels ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi okays new power plant

Posted on 26/06/2012

Abu Dhabi has okayed the construction of a 1500 megawatt power plant in Mirfa on build own and operate basis, to boost exports of electric power to energy deficit emirates. In its last session the Abu Dhabi Executive Council chaired by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, approved the summery to build a mega power plant which will produce 53 million gallon of water daily also. The project comprises ...  >>MORE

Taqa unit secures US$1.4bn debt for expansion

Posted on 21/06/2012

Abu Dhabi-based Taqa, or the Abu Dhabi National Energy Co., said in a statement yesterday that Jorf Lasfar Energy Company, its wholly owned subsidiary, had secured US$1.4bn in financing for expansion of its power plant in Morocco. In a statement posted on the Abu Dhabi Exchange, Taqa said Jorf Lasfar "has signed financing arrangements for US$1.4 billion equivalent of 16-year, multi-currency non-recourse project financing for the 700 MW expansion of Taqa's Jorf Lasfar coal-powered power ...  >>MORE

DEWA launches Dh144 million Main Substation

Posted on 21/06/2012

As part of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's (DEWA's) ongoing strategy of developing and improving the efficiency and reliability of its infrastructure and services, it has commissioned, earlier this month, a state-of-the-art main substation in the south Jebel Ali Free Zone to support the 132 kV high voltage power transmission network to manage customer requirements in the area. The cost of the newly-established 132/11 kV station with a transmission capacity of 150 MVA is approximately ...  >>MORE

No plans for water and electricity tariff hikes in Abu Dhabi, says ADWEA

Posted on 11/04/2012

Director General of Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) Abdullah Saif Al-Nuaimi said there are no plans to increase water and electricity tariff in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. "The new format of bills was introduced to rationalise consumption of water and electricity," Al-Nuaimi said in a press conference on the sidelines of a forum for ADWEA affiliate companies. "ADWEA, in its 5-year plan, took a decision to build three new water and electricity plants to meet demand and keep up ...  >>MORE

Dewa, Masdar seek to share expertise in clean and renewable energy

Posted on 10/04/2012

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has compared notes with the Abu Dhabi champions of renewable energy, Masdar Institute, where the latter showed them how saving 15,000 tonnes of carbon equals to taking 3,300 cars off Abu Dhabi's roads each year. Dewa's delegation was from the Strategy and Business Development Division and was led by the Vice President of New Business Development, Fatima Al Shamsi. "We wanted to create closer ties and share expertise between the two ...  >>MORE

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ADM completes Energy Demand Management Project in Abu Dhabi downtown


Abu Dhabi eyes 23% of power from N-sources


UAE has launched renewable energy initiatives, says Environment Minister


Taqa may raise up to US$2 billion in bonds


‘Dewa surpassed top 10 European, US firms in efficiency and reliability’


UAE to invest US$8bn in power


Energy Ministers opens Dh 66 million SCADA centre in Umm Al Qaiwain


Dh1.13b to be saved in street lighting costs in Abu Dhabi


DEWA due to complete Al Ghafat Reservoir in November 2012


S&P raises Dewa credit rating


The Dubai Declaration of Energy for All: WEF


By 2030, Dubai's average energy growth is projected to be in the range of 4-5% per annum: DEWA CEO


Etisalat launches energy saving solution for Sheikh Khalifa Medical City


WEF 2012 examines role of fossil fuels in global economy


Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid attends opening of WEF 2012 – declares Oct 22 as World Energy Day


Taqa a major investor in Abu Dhabi power, water projects


DEWA starts the phase-1 of 13 MW Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park


Taqa all fired up over plan to power oilfields in southern Iraq


Dh1.5b clean coal power plant in RAK


Supreme Council of Energy launches Emirates Energy Award 2012-2013


Adwec to increase its power export to 1300MW


UAE gears up for mega energy conference


UAE power capacity outpaces demand


Desalination a viable solution for water management in UAE


Dewa’s H1 profit rises to Dh1.8b


GCC states to spend US$252 billion on energy production in the next 5 years


Dewa still No. 1 in e-Government Quality Services Assessment


Dubai records an increase in peak load by 7 per cent as of July 2012


Dh10b Fewa projects to be implemented


TAQA second quarter 2012 results


Emirates CMS Power Company becomes the first UAE-based firm meeting global VCS


Dubai Municipality to cut power, water use


GCC governments invest US$100bn in water sectors to combat water scarcity in the region


UAE energy demand up 5.2% in 2011


Dh520m water plan to solve UAQ's supply problems


Empower bags golden award at 103rd Annual IDEA Conference in Chicago


Abu Dhabi okays new power plant


Taqa unit secures US$1.4bn debt for expansion


DEWA launches Dh144 million Main Substation


No plans for water and electricity tariff hikes in Abu Dhabi, says ADWEA


Dewa, Masdar seek to share expertise in clean and renewable energy