HE Saeed Al Tayer Discusses Cooperation and Exchange of Experiences in Clean and Renewable Energy with High Level German Delegation

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), welcomed a high-level delegation from the German region of Lusatia, Silk Swabe, Business Area: Foreign Trade and Corporate Head Development, Trade and Industry ( IHK) Cottbus. The meeting aims to discuss consolidation of cooperation in clean and renewable energy and exchange of experiences, expertise and global best practices.

The delegation visited the UAE on the initiative of Germany Trade & Invest, Cottbus Chamber of Commerce and Industry. These included representatives of the German Trade and Investment Authority, the German-Emirati Joint Council for Industry and Trade, the Cottbus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, MinGenTec (Mining and Generation Technology), as well as green technology companies and Lusatia companies.

Al Tayer welcomed the visiting delegation and emphasized the importance of strengthening strategic cooperation between DEWA and German companies in water, renewable and clean energy.

During the meeting, Al Dyer presented DEWA’s key programs, initiatives and plans to realize the vision of smart leadership to support a green economy and accelerate the transition to net zero by increasing the share of solar energy and other clean energy sources. Hydroelectricity and green hydrogen in the energy mix. It helps achieve Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 and Dubai Net Zero Carbon Emission Strategy 2050 The fourth industrial revolution will help make Dubai a sustainable smart city. It supports the UAE Centenary 2071 to make the UAE the world’s leading country.

Al Diyar Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, also featured the world’s largest single-site solar park with a capacity of 5,000 MW by 2030.

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Al Dyer also talked about the pumped-storage hydropower plant in Hatta, with a planned generation capacity of 250 MW, a storage capacity of 1,500 MWh and a lifespan of up to 80 years. It is the first station of its kind in the GCC region.

The German delegation appreciated the important role of the UAE in tackling climate change and promoting a sustainable, safe and healthy environment for future generations.


For more information, contact:

Shaika Almeiri / Mohammed Almeiri / Ribal Dayek
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
[email protected] / [email protected] / [email protected]

Afaf Abasa / Mohammed Meshel
Hadlon Media
[email protected] / [email protected]

For more information, visit DEWA’s website www.dewa.gov.ae

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