DEWA: Water service saved 8 bn gallons, AED 500 mn until March

Report highlighted the role of a smart grid in the Smart City's development
DEWA: Water service saved 8 bn gallons, AED 500 mn until March

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) said that until March 2022, the High-Water Usage Alert service has saved up to 8 billion gallons of water and saved customers more than 500 million dirhams.

The Smart Grid Report 2022 demonstrates the role of a smart grid in the development of a smart city, which supports the Smart Dubai initiative launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to make Dubai the smartest and happiest city in the world.

The report focuses on the excellence of DEWA’s smart grid, which features a high standard of resilience and agility, in order to keep pace with rapid changes and developments. The report showcases the six main themes of DEWA’s Smart Grid Strategy 2021 – 2035: Foundational Capabilities; Grid Automation; Smart Energy Solutions and Green Mobility; Smart Water; Smart Grid Artificial Intelligence; and Innovative Value-Added Services. These themes comprise 19 globally leading smart grid capabilities that are aligned with DEWA’s strategic objectives and enable the DEWA Smart Grid Strategy until 2035.

Previously, DEWA revealed that total smart grid investments will reach seven billion dirhams by 2035. 

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