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Dewa completes Jebel Ali pumping station upgradation work

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Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) said it has completed the upgradation work on the Phase II and III of Jebel Ali Habab Pumping Station. With this, the station’s total capacity of water connections now stands at 36 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD).


The upgradation work on the station has been completed at a total cost of AED67.44 million, said a statement from Dewa.


The upgrade process aims to promote the automation of water pumping, energy conservation, and increasing the production capacity as well as reduction of pump and motor breakdowns, it stated.


Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO, said the project was part of Dewa’s continuous efforts to develop its infrastructure. 


This meets the growing demand for electricity and water in Dubai and helps the utility firm to provide its services according to the highest reliability, efficiency, and quality standards for more than a million customers.


Dewa also works to ensure the sustainability of water resources as part of the Dubai Integrated Water Resource Management Strategy, which focuses on enhancing water resources, rationalising water consumption, and using cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions to reduce water consumption by 30 percent by 2030.


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