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PV Solar Power Plants Construction Project - Museum of the Future

  • OnGoing Project
  • Dubai
  • Power and Energy

The project’s scope of work involves construction of Photovoltaic (PV) plant, will be located in Nad Al-Sheba area of Dubai and provide power to the planned Museum of the Future, which will be built close to Emirates Towers and Dubai International Financial Center. Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has signed an MoU with a Foundation to design, construct, and operate a solar photovoltaic (PV) plant to annually produce 4,000MW hours of renewable energy required to operate the Museum of the Future, designed to meet LEED Platinum rating for green building standards. Under the MoU, DEWA will work in a warning job to give sunlight based vitality innovations, brilliant matrix combination, vitality proficiency, water treatment through sustainable advancements, man-made brainpower, AI programs in vitality, water and related zones. DEWA will likewise give different innovative work spread exercises, focusing on the scholarly community and industry in these divisions, just as give the historical center propelled vitality, water advancements and applications. “The Museum of the Future will showcase the latest and most innovative solutions and advanced technologies to address global challenges and anticipate the future, presenting what the world will look like in the coming decades as well as being a touristic and urban landmark in Dubai. The MoU with DEWA comes in line with Dubai Future Foundation’s eagerness to employ modern technology and strengthen Dubai's position as a world leader in building the future and serving humanity,” added CEO of Dubai Future Foundation. DEWA has made extraordinary advances in its utilization of best in class inexhaustible and clean vitality frameworks and keen systems. DEWA attempts to lessen the carbon impression of Dubai and guarantee the supportability of regular assets notwithstanding a more promising time to come for present and who and what is to come. The museum is expected to open in 2017.

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