Dubai to excel expansion of Floating Solar Plants in the Middle East

An RFP for the consultants has been released by DEWA which is Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for the development of floating solar panels in the Arabian bay.

A request for the proposal was issued by DEWA for the appointment of consultants to study, form and create floating Solar PV plants in the Arabian Bay.

This is a fresh and ground-breaking initiative by DEWA to employ solar power that reinforces the goals of the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 to spread the energy mix in Dubai, to make the global center for green economy & clean energy, and give provision of 75% of total power output of Dubai from clean energy by the end of 2050.

The consultancy administrations incorporate a plausibility examine, the specialized prerequisites for a drifting sunlight based photovoltaic plant, an ecological effect appraisal report, an investigation of the marine necessities, and other fundamental examinations on setting up electrical transmission, a security plan, and a seawater achievability studies including tidal and framework details, and framework execution.

 

“At DEWA, we work in accordance with the vision of HH Sheik Mohammed container Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to accomplish monetary, social, and ecological manageable advancement and safeguard regular assets inside the structure of government and nearby techniques, including the UAE Vision 2021, UAE Centennial 2071, the Dubai Plan 2021, and the DCES 2050, as coordinated by His Highness, to make Dubai the city with the most reduced carbon impression on the planet by 2050,” expressed Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer who is the Chief Executive Officer of DEWA.

 

“At DEWA, we dispatch imaginative activities and arrangements in accordance with our vision to give a creative and reasonable world for ages to come. Coasting photovoltaic frameworks are a standout amongst the most conspicuous developing advancements that depend on introducing sun based photovoltaic frameworks straightforwardly above water,” included Al Tayer.