Recently, the dubai water authority (DEWA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with one of the largest shipyards in the Middle East to share its expertise in solar energy.
Drydocks World, a dubai shipyard focused on transporting large crude oil, is now run by DP World, which has a majority stake in dubai World.
It is understood that the shipyard will cooperate with dewa to develop renewable energy projects, and communicate professional asset management and maintenance of the knowledge and best practice experience, and other projects and activities of mutual interest.
M.d., Ph.D., and chief executive of dewa Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, said the company is committed to cooperate with the government departments and organizations, aimed at the shams within the framework of dubai's initiative to share its expertise in solar energy.The dubai water authority launched the project to connect rooftop pv systems to its network.
"Drydocks World is a strong supporter of environmental protection at sea," said Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, chairman and chief executive of DP World group.The project will DP World of clean energy initiatives combined with dewa, will strengthen its commitment to the Marine environment protection, and strengthen the dubai as a global centre for sustainable development, and combined with the goal of the united Arab emirates (uae)."