Saeed Mohammed Al Dyer, Managing Director and CEO of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, spoke with US Deputy Ambassador to Dubai Megan Grigons at Expo 2020 Dubai. And the private sector in the renewable and clean energy and water sectors
Al Dyer briefed the US Embassy on the plans, initiatives and initiatives initiated by the Authority to achieve the vision of intelligent leadership to enhance the credibility of clean and renewable energy within the framework of Dubai’s Clean Energy Strategy 2050. Energy production from clean energy sources in Dubai by 2050 will contribute to the transformation of Dubai into a smart city by providing the most efficient government services with a fourth industrial revolution and destructive technologies. It aims to improve its global competitiveness, especially in the areas of renewable and clean energy, sustainability and the green economy.
Saeed Al Dar The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Energy Complex in Dubai is the world’s largest solar power complex with an independent production capacity of 5,000 MW by 2030. Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050.
He reviewed the “Green Hydrogen” project launched by DEWA at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Complex in Dubai. Various industries to accelerate carbon neutralization, grow the green movement sector and reduce carbon emissions, as well as generate electricity with hydropower stored in the mountains near the Hatta Dam, generating up to 250 MW, and studying wind power generation and smart phases. DEWA aims to increase efficiency and reduce demand for electricity and water by 30% by 2030.
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