The Federal Electricity and Water Authority shows a series of strategic initiatives and projects at WETEX 2019
The Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA) participated in the 21st edition of the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX 2019), showcasing its initiatives and plans to meet water and energy needs in the Northern Emirates also its plans to promote clean and renewable energy in line with the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050.
The Authority participates in the Green Week in Dubai, which includes the WETEX and the Dubai Solar Exhibition, and is co-sponsored by the World Green Economic Summit (WGES) and the International Desalination Association (IDA) World Congress.
“The Federal Electricity and Water Authority is dedicated to switching to clean and renewable energy in an effort to achieve the goals of the United Arab Emirates to promote growth and environmental sustainability,” said Mohammed Saleh, Director General of FEWA. "With these objectives in mind, we have worked to launch a number of projects and strategies that rely entirely on green technologies such as solar energy in the Northern Emirates, and reverse osmosis for water desalination."
"At FEWA, we consider our leadership's clear direction for switching to clean energy as an action plan, and accordingly we have launched several important projects," Saleh added, Emphasizing the determination of the authority to support any initiative in that direction, and implementing strategies to achieve this goal, ensures a sustainable and green future for citizens and residents.
The FEWA's Pavilion at WETEX will occupy Stand Number A83 in Hall 8 of the Dubai International Convention Center under the slogan of a New Energy Era. It shows 3D models of electricity and water projects in the Northern Emirates, which seek to reduce carbon footprint and increase reliability in new and renewable energy sources.
Those who come to the position of Authority’s can participate in interactive activities to explore ways to conserve resources and reduce energy and water consumption. They could also explore the interactive wall project and the initiative to establish 50 green chargers for electric vehicles in the Northern Territories, including some medium-sized chargers in some government buildings, malls and hospitals, and high-speed chargers on highways and at gas stations.
The vision and mission of the Federal Electricity and Water Authority goes beyond providing electricity and water services to improve quality of life, achieve sustainable growth and improve infrastructure. FEWA is working to meet the growing needs of its jurisdictional areas and rationalize electricity and water consumption.