"Dubai Electricity" provides a range of its services through "Apple" smart watches

"Dubai Electricity" provides the ability to communicate with it in case of any inquiries.


Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has allowed its customers to benefit from new services and features through the authority’s smart application on Apple smart watches, including viewing bill details, tariff segments, the “Smart Life” dashboard, and annual, monthly and daily reports on their consumption of electricity and water, and comparing it with the consumption of similar homes Through the “My Sustainable Approach” program, in addition to obtaining a rationalization plan dedicated to each customer, to help him reduce waste and waste and reduce the rate of consumption.

Also, through Apple watches, customers can activate the “outside the home” feature to receive notifications in the event of unusual consumption, while away from home or while traveling. In addition, the authority provides the ability to communicate with it in the event of any inquiries, in addition to identifying To the latest DEWA news, offers and discounts available through the “DEWA Store” on energy and water-saving devices.

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, said, "The authority provides all its services through its website and smart application, in addition to many smart and digital channels that help customers complete their transactions at any time and from anywhere, saving their time and effort. It contributes to protecting the environment and natural resources and reducing carbon emissions.”

He added that the advanced digital infrastructure owned by the authority, and its keenness to keep pace with the latest technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, contributed to the acceleration and automation of all procedures for customers and employees alike, which enhances the happiness of the community and provides instant and smooth services around the clock.

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