|09 December, 2019

Saeed Al Tayer: We have 1700 Emirati engineers to support A Land for Talent concept

Al Tayer made a visual presentation about Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park; the biggest of its kind in the world with a capacity of 5000 megawatts and investments in excess of 50 billion dirhams.

Saeed Al Tayer: We have 1700 Emirati engineers to support A Land for Talent concept

Roads and Transport Authority – Majdi Abu Zaid:

In a key lecture delivered by HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), at the six editions of Dubai International Projects Management Forum (DIPMF), Al Tayer spoke about A Land for Talent principle. He stressed that the UAE will not reconcile with anything short of the Number One position. “Dubai is the perfect destination of talents and we work in an integrated structure to deliver innovative solutions and envision the future,” he commented.

“DEWA is working tirelessly to boost the concept of A Land for Talent. It has 1700 Emirati engineers and an unprecedented number of female engineers. We hold high-class training workshops to polish the skills and abilities of our staffs. We have a package of motivators to entice the best intellects to uplift our corporate performance. We aim to measure up with the directives of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in this regard,” added Al Tayer.

Al Tayer made a visual presentation about Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park; the biggest of its kind in the world with a capacity of 5000 megawatts and investments in excess of 50 billion dirhams. It contributes to reducing carbon emissions by as much as 6.5 million tons. He also highlighted key initiatives of DEWA such as 10x for redefining the concept of service organisations, energy storage technologies, and expanding the use of artificial intelligence. The presentation also covered the sustainable airport project; which is powered by solar energy generated from sound, movement and air among other projects and initiatives contributing to the principle: A Land for Talent.

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