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"Supreme Energy": 9 billion dirhams in savings from "demand management programs" since 2011

Ahmed bin Saeed chaired the 71st meeting of the Supreme Council of Energy in Dubai "remotely".

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The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy revealed the contribution of energy and water demand management programs, since 2011, to avoiding 14.1 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions, and saving about nine billion dirhams.

During a remote meeting chaired by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, the Council was briefed on the savings achieved by the Dubai Energy and Water Demand Management Strategy 2030, pointing to the saving of the equivalent of 6.4 terawatts of electricity, and about 12.2 billion gallons of water, in 2021.

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In detail, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, chaired the 71st meeting of the Council, which was held remotely.

The meeting discussed several topics, most notably the review of the formation of a permanent committee to monitor the circulation and sale of petroleum products in the Emirate of Dubai, and the savings achieved by the strategy for managing demand for energy and water.

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Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, said: "In line with the vision and directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in protecting the environment and society, and ensuring the application of the highest standards of security and safety. The Council reviewed the formation of a permanent committee to monitor the circulation and sale of petroleum products in the Emirate of Dubai.

He added: "His Highness, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, issued Resolution No. 3 of 2021, to set the regulatory framework, strategies and legislation for the distribution of liquefied petroleum gas and its derivatives in the Emirate of Dubai, to be in line with the highest international standards in this field."

He continued, "We aim to regulate business practices, apply the highest international standards in security and safety, and ensure the circulation of liquefied petroleum gas from transportation, storage and distribution in the emirate, in accordance with the specifications approved in the country."

Al Tayer continued: “The Supreme Council of Energy stipulated in its decision that approval must be obtained from it to issue the permit, as a permission to complete all approvals and requirements from government agencies in the emirate, each according to its competence and requirements,” stressing that the Supreme Council of Energy, in coordination with the competent government agencies, will conduct campaigns A joint inspection, to ensure the commitment of workers in this sector to the decision and the application of the highest standards of security and safety.

Demand Management For his part, the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Energy, Ahmed Butti Al Muhairbi, said: “During the meeting, we were briefed on the savings achieved by the Dubai Energy and Water Demand Management Strategy 2030, where in 2021 the equivalent of 6.4 terawatts of electricity was saved, approximately 12.5% ​​compared to With the usual situation, and about 12.2 billion gallons of water, equivalent to 9.4% compared to the usual situation.”

He added: “Since 2011, energy and water demand management programs have contributed to avoiding 14.1 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions, and saving about nine billion dirhams. in the Emirate of Dubai.

14.1 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions have been avoided since 2011.

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