177 volunteers from the staff of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority spent a total of 46,560 volunteer hours in Expo 2020 Dubai, and many of them were awarded the “Golden Heart” by the Expo 2020 Dubai administration. World Exhibition Period.
During Expo 2020 Dubai, volunteers participated in many activities such as guiding visitors and responding to their inquiries, arranging school tours, getting VIPs in and out, translating introductory explanations and speeches for visitors and translating letters. Expo 2020 Dubai Management. Organizing events and events such as National Day, Women’s Day, Hugh Al Laila, New Year’s Day, International Volunteer Day and participating in events and conferences organized during the exhibition. In addition to managing The Authority’s pavilion at the World Government Summit, WETEX and the Dubai Solar Energy Expo.
Saeed Mohammed Al Dyer, Managing Director and CEO of the Commission, praised the volunteers and staff of the Commission, as well as their exceptional efforts during the “Expo” and their interest in creating Expo 2020 Dubai by presenting a dignified image of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. An unforgettable experience for millions of visitors from all over the world.
Expo 2020 attracted 1,044,743 visitors to Dubai, and he praised the Commission’s efforts to attract 1,044,743 visitors during the exhibition period. The volunteers expressed their pride that they were part of this historic event that united the whole world in the land of the United Arab Emirates, stressing that their voluntary participation in Expo 2020 Dubai and other events is a national duty to return support to the country.
The heart of gold
Among the employees who received the “Golden Heart” award from Expo 2020 Dubai were: Eid Zaya Obaid of the Billing Services Department, Goloud Al Jaroni, Mohammed Al-Akbari of the Power Transmission Department, Isa Al Jarouzal of the Water and Civil Engineering Department, and Ezdi, and Aziz From the field.
It is noteworthy that Expo 2020 in its pavilion in Dubai showcased a team of its most important projects and initiatives, including the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the largest solar power complex in the world. The “Green Hydrogen” project is the first project in the Middle East and North Africa to use solar energy to produce hydrogen; And “Digital DEWA”, the digital division of power, which aims to become the world’s first digital company, enhanced by autonomous systems for the use of artificial intelligence and the provision of digital services for renewable energy and storage. ; Hatta Hydroelectric Station with pumping and storage capacity of 250 MW and other pioneering projects and initiatives.
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