Immediately detect water leaks and promptly fix them
DEWA invites customers to take advantage of its smart services
The authority affirmed its keenness to provide electricity and water supplies according to the highest standards.
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Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has urged its customers to conduct periodic checks on the internal water connections in their homes, buildings and facilities, to detect any possible leaks in the wiring and to promptly fix them, and to replace the old connections completely if needed.
The authority called on customers, in a statement, yesterday, to use its smart services available on its website and smart application, to monitor water leaks as they occur, including the “Notification of High Water Consumption” service, and the “Smart Life” initiative, which includes many smart features, which allow monitoring Autonomous and digital home consumption.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of the authority, stressed the authority's keenness to enrich the customers' experience, by relying on the latest disruptive technologies and artificial intelligence tools, as part of its strategy to achieve the Dubai "10X" initiative to develop Dubai government services to implement today what other cities in the world will implement after 10 years. years, and the "Smart Dubai" initiative, to make Dubai the smartest and happiest city in the world.
He also stressed DEWA's keenness to provide electricity and water supplies in accordance with the highest standards of reliability, availability, efficiency and sustainability.
For her part, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Government Communications at the authority, Khawla Al Muhairi, confirmed that the authority is working to enable customers to raise the efficiency of electricity and water consumption, and to involve them in efforts aimed at preserving natural resources, and making Dubai the most sustainable city by rationalizing the consumption of natural resources. contribute to reducing carbon emissions.
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