“The Eight Principles of Governance in Dubai announced by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum show that Dubai’s growth is driven by three factors: a credible, resilient and excellent government; an active, fair and open private sector; and publicly owned flagship companies that compete globally and drive the local economy. At DEWA, we have strategic partnerships with local and international organisations from the public and private sectors. DEWA received the ISO 44001 Collaborative Management Standard certification from the British Standards Institute (BSI), to become the first organisation in the Middle East and Africa to get this certificate for its excellence in managing effective strategic collaborative relationships at the highest international standards. In 2020, DEWA’s partner-happiness score was 91.74%, and the happiness of government organisations was 93.5%,” added Al Tayer.
“I thank DEWA’s partners and commend their efforts to implement projects to the highest standards of quality and efficiency. I hope our partnerships continue to benefit everyone. Together we will contribute to the comprehensive development of Dubai and make the UAE the world’s leading nation by its Centennial in 2071,” concluded Al Tayer.
“We are proud of our strategic partnership with DEWA, which has contributed, over the years, to shaping the future of the energy sector,” said HE Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure.
None of these accomplishments would have been possible without the efforts of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority,” said HE Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar).
“Machines and systems are just tools but it’s how we work together and make the most of our resources,” said Dietmar Siersdorfer, Managing Director of Siemens Energy in the Middle East and UAE.
“DEWA attaches great importance to recognising its strategic partners from the government and private sectors. DEWA considers them partners in its achievements, and is committed to establishing constructive relationships in a motivating environment that encourages cooperation and joint work. This stems from its strategy to achieve integration and concerted efforts among government and private organisations and other related entities. These are key pillars for making achievements and continuing success and excellence,” said Khawla Al Mehairi, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Government Communications at DEWA.
DEWA’s partners include the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, the Ministry of Community Development, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, Etihad Water & Electricity, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (RTA), and Watani Al Emarat Foundation. They also include the Executive Council of Dubai, the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, Dubai Police, Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai Municipality, Dubai Civil Defence, Dubai Land Department, Dubai Economy, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Dubai Media Incorporated, Dubai Smart Government, Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, Department of Finance, the Government of Dubai Legal Affairs Department, the Community Development Authority, the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing in Dubai, Expo 2020 Dubai, Dubai Media Office, Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment, Dubai Future Foundation, Dubai Airports, Dubai Airport Free Zone, the Supreme Legislation Committee, Dubai Club for People of Determination, Emirates Global Aluminium, Dubai Holding, DP World, Dubai Electronic Security Centre, the United Arab Emirates University, Cambridge University, Khalifa University, Saudi Aramco, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar), Acwa Power, Nakheel, Emaar, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), Dubai Supply Authority, Emirates NBD, Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, Siemens Energy, Microsoft, Intel, Huawei, General Electric, SAP MENA, Mitsubishi Corporation, Cisco Systems, BSI, Emirates Telecommunication Group Company (Etisalat), and Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (Du).
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