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Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority has seen steady huge change since its presentation as a select business called Sharjah Electricity and Water Resources Co., then its proprietorship was exchanged of to Sharjah Government

as (Sharjah Electricity and Water Department).With the goliath capable, show day and progression progress affect found in the Emirate of Sharjah, His Highness Sheik Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al-Qassimi, Member of Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah issued his visionary affirmation on foundation of Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) as financially and formally independent substance, to pass on and create power, water and gas to the nationals and inhabitants of the emirate.

Career @ SEWA

SEWA Human Resources Department attempts to attract the best qualified workforce for employment with its distinctive work fields to ensure the achievement of significance and refinement on both individual and corporate levels.

Age, Transmission and Distribution of electrical energy to cover the necessities of the clients at the different private, mechanical and business segments all through the Emirate of Sharjah and also the prerequisites of people in general utilities, for example, government structures, doctor’s facilities, mosques and lighting of open parks, avenues and so on. To give such administrations, SEWA has set up a few age control stations and transmission and conveyances covering all parts of the Emirate.

In April 2015, DEWA had an introduced limit of 9,656 MW of power and 470 million royal gallons of desalinated water every day, with plans to build this to more than 10,000 MW of limit by 2018.Subsequent to utilizing customary gas-terminated power plants for the majority of its history, DEWA has as of late added sun oriented energy to its vitality blend. Subsequent to introducing an underlying 13 MW (DC) sunlight based plant at the Mohammed container Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in 2013, a further 200 MW (AC) were contracted from engineer ACWA Power in January 2015. The most recent expansion to DEWA’s sun oriented portfolio will be a 800 MW sunlight based power plant, which was in the fall of 2015 and ought to be finished by 2020. DEWA designs a 250 MW pumped-capacity hydroelectricity at Hatta utilizing 880 million gallons of water 300 meter over a lower dam.

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