Dubai: State-owned utility service provider, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has successfully concluded its awareness campaign among customers regarding its cutting-edge digital services for improving water and electricity efficiency, preventing leaks and wastage, and leading a morally upright lifestyle. As a result, DEWA and its customers can work together to save the environment, conserve natural resources, and lessen their carbon impact.
The campaign offered guidelines and recommendations through DEWA’s social media, as well as internal and external channels. This enables users to make use of DEWA’s cutting-edge digital services and initiatives, such as the “Smart Living” project and the “High-water usage warning,” while also managing their consumption.
The campaign featured 18 virtual lectures which witnessed participation from 780 stakeholders from the public and private sectors, as well as from the elderly and people of determination segments
The Dubai Electricity Company and the Dubai Water Company, which had previously operated separately, were combined to establish DEWA. Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai at the time, founded these organizations in 1959. The government-run company’s goal is to provide the residents of Dubai with a sufficient and dependable supply of water and power.