Public Authority for Electricity & Water

Also known as: Diam, PAEW Last updated on: 31 December 2020

Strong potential for rooftop solar energy in Oman

Photovoltaic (PV) systems installed atop residential buildings across the Sultanate can offer an estimated 1.4 gigawatts (GW) of solar-based renewable energy capacity, a key study revealed.

Oman Daily Observer - 23-Aug-2015

Project to secure Oman's vast water infrastructure

Oman's Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW) plans to roll out a sophisticated automation system to secure the overall health and integrity of the nation's vast potable water infrastructure.

Oman Daily Observer - 21-Jul-2015

Demand fall to ease shortage

The second desalination plant at Ghubra will start trial operations on July 2 and from September 14 will commence full operations, said Mohammed bin Abdullah al Mahrouqi, Chairman, Oman's Public Authority for Water and Electricity.

Oman Daily Observer - 09-Jun-2015

Muscat water crisis: Public Authority for Electricity and Water postpones pipeline transfer

Muscat: Anticipating water supply shortage, the public authority for electricity and water (PAEW) has postponed the transfer of water pipelines affected by the Muscat airport flyover projects, the authority has said.The transfer of pipelines, which will connect the expanded parts of Barka plant, was scheduled to be carried out on Thursday."For the last two days, there was a big consumption of

Times of Oman - 28-May-2015

Oman floats tenders for pipeline maintenance

Muscat: Eight tenders seeking contractors for operation and maintenance of water distribution networks in several parts of the country have been floated by the Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW). Six governoratesThese tenders are mainly for maintaining distribution and transmission pipelines, pumping stations, wells, tanker filling stations, buildings and water treatment plants in

Times of Oman - 25-May-2015

Oman to spend ro 2.5 billion on infrastructure

Oman's government has projected a capital expenditure of around RO 2.5 billion in the expansion and modernisation of the country's water infrastructure over the next 25 years through to 2040.

Oman Daily Observer - 24-May-2015

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