Awaidha Murshed Al Marar, moderator of the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE), has charted how Abu Dhabi’s energy change has dramatically changed the emirate’s energy profile over the past few years in his crucial place today at the Singapore Energy Summit, held as piece of Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).
Singapore and the UAE share a lot of resemblances, especially in setting an exemplary model for sustainable development, and therefore could share information and benchmark against each other.”
Highlighting the UAE Capital’s capabilities in quickening energy transition, H.E. Al Marar stressed the responsibility of the Abu Dhabi Government to improve the sustainable expansion of complete power. “Abu Dhabi is authorized to pioneering the paradigm change towards renewable and clean methods of Energy. This was one of the key features in the establishment of the DoE in 2018,” Stated His Excellency.
Outlining Abu Dhabi’s progressive economic idea for the post oil-era, His Excellency Stated: “With power use in Abu Dhabi has more than increased over the past decade and predicted to rise by 1.4 per cent per year until 2035 due to population increase and financial growth, we identified the need to transition our energy system towards a maintainable future and to enhance energy efficiency and rationalize consumption. Our tactic is outlined in the UAE Energy Strategy 2050, the country’s first unified energy plan based on supply and demand.”
Launched in 2017, the strategy targets to improve the presence of clean energy in the total energy mix to 50% by 2050, decrease the carbon footprint of power production by 70% and increase usage efficiency by 40%.