Networks capacity and efficiency levels overcome total figures of 2011
Building on its expertise as a sustainable world-class utility to meet the growing demand of different consumer segments and economic sectors, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced today an increase in the capacity and efficiency of its electricity transmission networks to 6637 MW compared with 6206 MW for all year 2011 in the annual electricity Peak Load in Dubai, with an increase of 431 MW, a rate of 7% as of July 2012.
“We are fully committed to maintaining and improving the capacity and efficiency of our substations and transmission networks to continue offering world-class sustainable and environment friendly services, which will achieve high levels of customer satisfaction. Part of our strategy is to expand our transmission and distribution networks catering to Dubai’s construction business growth,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA.
“DEWA is currently one of the leading global utility providers in comparison with other utilities around the world. We recorded high levels of excellence in services, reliability, sustainability, and infrastructure management. The increase in electricity and water services demand in Dubai is a clear indicator of the booming economy in the Emirate,” added Al Tayer.