To enhance seamless digital integration of Dubai’s infrastructure as global technological advanced city, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) will let all electric vehicles (EV) owners to use Green Charger services when they register their EVs at the Roads and Transport Authority Dubai (RTA). DEWA will also instantly create an EV account for them once registered. The new service enables EV owners (commercial and non-commercial) to charge their vehicles at more than 300 DEWA EV green charger stations across the Emirate.
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Swiss based start-up THE JET ZeroEmission announced that it has inked an agreement with Zenith Marine Services LLC, a UAE based company; and DWYN LLC to manufacture and operate ‘THE JET’ – the first clean-energy, hydrogen-powered flying boat.
Yousif Ahmed Al-Mutawa, chief executive officer of Sharjah Sustainable City shares his views on the importance of Green transport systems.
Urban air mobility (UAM) will soon be a reality in many modern cities across the world. Pioneers of electric vertical and take-off landing (eVTOL) aircraft say that the 2020s will be the decade when the much-hyped urban air mobility revolution will happen. According to recent market research, between 2023 and 2035, the global market for urban air mobility is projected to grow at over 26% year on year and reach some $86.8 billion by 2035. Moreover, a Chinese company Ehang recently launched a new eVTOL vertiport and maintenance facility in China’s UAM test city, Guangzhou.
The new partnership between Huawei and Dubai South entails the adoption of the leading telecom equipment vendor’s innovative digital technologies and solutions to enable intelligent, connected, and sustainable communications infrastructure for transportation, operations, and cybersecurity, among other services.
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