Abu Dhabi Energy Department (DoE) - Diamond Supporter of the 21st Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX 2019) - is to unveil its initiatives to transform Abu Dhabi's energy sector. Green Week in Dubai.
In addition to WETEX, the weekly event includes the Dubai Solar Exhibition, which coincides with the World Green Economic Summit (WGES).
DoE Chairman His Excellency Eng. At the beginning of WGES, Awaidha Murshed Al Marar delivered a keynote address, summarizing plans to diversify Abu Dhabi's economy and transform the energy sector with a series of initiatives and strategies initiated by DoE.
“It is important to focus on the energy sector in advancing the development journey by reorganizing strategies to meet the needs of the next journey, ensuring the sustainability or success of future and future generations of social and economic development Period, for that, the green economy is very important” He told.
The DoE's pavilion at the Dubai Solar Exhibition will occupy the stand number DSP-07 at the Dubai International Convention Center's Hall 2 under the slogan of ‘Towards a New Energy Era’. It is intended to provide a complete overview of the energy sector in Abu Dhabi, from the restructuring led by the Abu Dhabi government to improving economic diversity, efficiency and sustainability, until the Energy Department was established in 2018 to lead the transition.
Equipped with advanced technologies, this position illuminates the various projects and initiatives launched by DoE from the outset, the most notable of these is the Abu Dhabi Integrated Energy Model - a sophisticated modeling tool that processes and delivers data from the energy sector, holistic view of supply and demand in this field, in addition to creating scenarios for the future and experimenting with different policies that regulate the sector.
In addition, DoE will showcase a series of major projects in Abu Dhabi, such as the Noor Abu Dhabi Solar Power Plant, which supplies 2.6% of the UAE's electricity demand. additionally the Al Taweelah Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant and the Baraka Nuclear Power Plant.
Pavilion introduces visitors to the latest policies and regulations in the Abu Dhabi energy sector, the most recent of which are the ‘Executive Regulations for the District Cooling Sector’. District cooling systems are the most eco friendly option when it comes to air conditioning; they reduce 40% more energy consumption than the best conventional cooling system available, while reducing CO2 emissions at fossil fuel-based power plants.
The DoE additionally shows Abu Dhabi's Demand Side Management and Energy Rationalisation Strategy 2030, compared to 2013 consumption rates, which include nine major projects with high potential to reduce water consumption by 32% and energy consumption by 22%.
On the same note, DoE will showcase the experience of the Emirate and the achievements of the energy sector, which participates in a series of panel discussions during the week's activities, exploring various approaches to accelerating the adoption of solar energy technologies, and emphasizes the importance of partnerships between the public and private sectors for the future of renewable energy.
The Department of Energy is dedicated to keeping all its partners, anyone with a vested interested in its operations, and the wider local community up to date on all its projects via social networking sites, such as: Twitter and Instagram (@AbuDhabiDoE), and YouTube and LinkedIn (Department of Energy Abu Dhabi), where DoE interacts with users and solves their queries and ideas.