The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has announced the completion of a water pumping station at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Complex with a total of 7.5 million gallons of salt water per day at a cost of 23 million and 100 thousand dirhams. .
Saeed Mohammed Al Dyer, Managing Director and CEO of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, pointed out that the station uses the latest international technologies efficient in energy consumption. Water transfer and distribution equipment according to the highest standards. Plans to expand electricity and water infrastructure are based on demand forecasts until 2030.
Abdullah Obaidullah, Executive Vice President, Department of Water and Civil Engineering at DEWA, said the water pumping station aims to meet the needs of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Complex and various amenities and facilities in the area. The premises can be remotely controlled by the Water Monitoring, Control and Data Collection System (SCADA), noting that it operates with clean energy around the premises from the water.
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