Dubai’s new plan to achieve 100% green electricity

Dubai is an economically developed and popular resort for many foreign tourists. In February 2022, Dubai, the largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates, announced that it planned to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2030 to further promote the realization of carbon neutrality. According to the latest carbon emission reduction strategy, Dubai will take a number of measures to reduce carbon emissions, including promoting the diversification of power structure, getting rid of dependence on natural gas, and large-scale development of renewable energy projects, especiallysolar power system installation.

Dubai electricity and water authority (dewa) is committed to meeting users’ growing demand for energy and water, actively implementing Dubai’s 2050 clean energy strategy and 2050 net zero carbon emission strategy, and playing a key role in the UAE’s efforts to increase the share of clean energy and renewable energy. These strategies aim to provide Dubai with 100% clean energy power by 2050. According to relevant information, Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum photovoltaic Park, which is being developed by Dubai electricity and water authority (dewa), is the world’s largest photovoltaic Park using independent power producer (IPP) mode, and plans to 5GW PV systems installation by 2030.

Kinsend has many cooperative customers in Dubai, and the aluminum carport solar system of kinsend has been highly praised in Dubai. We look forward to providing more photovoltaic system design services for the photovoltaic projects in Dubai in the future, so that this beautiful country will have less pollution and more green energy.