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ANNUAL STATISTICS | 2015

DEWA_OFFICIAL
DEWA SMART WORLD

DEWAOFFICIAL

DEWAOFFICIAL
DEWAVIDEOGALLERY

"We recognise that preserving our energy resources will be


one of the greatest challenges in our drive towards sustainable

development. This, however will not materialise unless the


different facets of our society adopt energy conservation
principles in their core values. The future generation will be

the chief beneficiary of our achievements and the best judge of


what we accomplish in this field."

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai

Strategic Direction
Our Vision:

A sustainable innovative world-class utility

Our Mission:

We are committed to the happiness of our stakeholders and

promoting Dubais vision through the delivery of sustainable

electricity and water services at a world-class level of reliability,

efficiency and, safety in an environment that nurtures innovation


with competent workforce and effective partnerships;
supporting resources sustainability

Our Motto:

For Generations to come

Our Values:

Stakeholders Happiness
Sustainability
Innovation
Excellence

Good Governance

MESSAGE FROM MD & CEO


Unprecedented achievements and numbers that
reinforce our position
In line with the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice
President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and our vision of
becoming a sustainable innovative world-class utility, Dubai Electricity and
Water Authority (DEWA) has become a role model for performance, efficiency,
productivity, and excellence in providing electricity and water services according to
the highest standards of efficiency, reliability and availability, surpassing the highest
international standards.
DEWA contributes to Dubais success by delivering excellent electricity and water
services that strengthen the Emirates competiveness. This has been clearly shown
by its list of international achievements in efficiency and reliability. DEWAs current
installed capacity is 9,656 megawatts (MW) of electricity and 470 million imperial
gallons per day (MIGD) of desalinated water.
The Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050, launched by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin
Rashid Al Maktoum, aims to provide 7% of Dubais energy from clean sources by 2020,
25% by 2030 and 75% by 2050. One of DEWAs initiatives is the Mohammed bin Rashid
Al Maktoum Solar Park, the largest single-site solar energy project in the world. The
solar park will produce 1,000 MW by 2020 and 5,000MW by 2030.
DEWA has surpassed major European and American companies in different areas.
For example, losses in power transmission and distribution networks were reduced
to 3.3%, compared to 6-7% in Europe and the USA. Water network losses decreased
to 8.2%, compared to 15% in North America. DEWAs achievements have put it at the
forefront of water-loss reduction, internationally.
DEWAs results are among some of the best in the world for customer minutes lost
per year. DEWAs figures reached 3.87 minutes, compared to 15 minutes recorded by
leading utilities in the European Union.
I cannot list all our achievements here, but this statistics booklet covers all our
achievements nonetheless.

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer


MD & CEO


Power & Desalination Plants Installed Capacity
2015

**MW

*MIGD


""D

1,027

35

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station D


""E

616

25

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station E


""G

818

60

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station G

"
"

25

Jebel Ali R.O. Desalination


Plant


" "H

607

Aweer Power Station H


Ph I


" "H

421

Aweer Power Station H


Ph II


" "H

818

Aweer Power Station H


Ph III


""K

918

60

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station K

" - "L

969

70

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station L Ph I

1,393

55

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station L
Ph II

2,060

140

Jebel Ali Power and


Desalination Station M

" "L

""M

10
9,656

Stations

Solar
470

Total
*MIGD - Million Imperial Gallons per Day
**MW - Megawatts

/
Substations / Transmission & Distribution

2015

2014

400

20

19

400 kV

132

206

201

132 kV

33

119

123

33 kV

30,081

28,874

6.6 & 11

Number of Substations

11 & 6.6 kV
kV - Kilovolts

& Length of Transmission


Distribution Lines

Overhead Lines

400

1,120

1,119

km

400 kV

132

437

437

km

132 kV

33

113

113

km

33 kV

Underground Cables

400

23

23

km

400 kV

132

1,712

1,638

km

132 kV

33

2,049

2,047

km

33 kV

11 6.6

28,176

26,876

km

11 & 6.6 kV

Water

2014

2015

Installed Capacity
Desalination

MIGD*

470

470

Wells

MIGD*

32

32

Annual Desalination
Peak Water Demand

MIGD*

316

337

*MIGD - Million Imperial Gallons per Day

2012

2013

470

337

2011

316

2010

296

2009

285

2008

276

239
2007

283

2006

271

2005

218

207

2004

264

50

194

187

100

225

278

250
200

275

330

300

330

350

150

470

470
400

400

177


MIGD

450

470

500

2014

2015

Installed Desalination Capacity (MIGD)

Desalination Peak Water Demand (MIGD)

Length of
Transmission Pipelines

2014

2015

1,200 mm

km

1,102

1,133

1,200

900 mm

km

327

333

900

MIG*

767

829

Reservoirs Capacity

*MIG - Million Imperial Gallons

Water

2014

2015

Total System
Requirement
(Desalination Water
Demand)

MIG

106,184

113,786

Wells

MIG

498

462

Water Consumption (MIG)


Commercial
Residential
505,488
80.67%

27,638
27.02%

2015
Industrial
3,163
3.09%

) (
* Others
10,204
9.97%

Residential

*Others: N
 on-Commercial (Mosques, Police Stations,
Government Hospitals, Government Schools,
DEWA Offices, Staff Premises, etc.)

Number of Consumers
Number of Consumers
Commercial
116,914
18.66%

605,178

61,296
59.92%
(:*

)

626,541

2015
Industrial
1,389
0.22%

sidential
724
*Others: N
 on-Commercial (Mosques, Police Stations,
78%

Government Hospitals, Government Schools,


DEWA Offices, Staff Premises, etc.)

Others *
2,790
0.45%

Commercia
Residential
505,488
80.67%

(:*

)

27,638
27.02%

2015

2014

Electricity

9,656

9,656

*MW

Installed Capacity

7,104

7,104

*MW

Gas Turbines

2,542

2,542

*MW

Steam Turbines
*MW - Megawatts

10000
9,656

9,656

9,656

9,646

8,721

7,696

7,233

6,857

6,206

6,637

7,361
6,161

6,997
5,622

6,676
5,287

5,448
4,736

4,599
4,113

)(

7,696

2007

5000

2006

4000
3,833
3,571

)( Peak Demand MW

2008

6000

3,833
3,228

2011

2010

2009

7000

2005

2004

3000

MW

2015

2014

2013

2012

9000
8000

2000
1000
0

)( Installed Capacity MW

7,233

MW

Peak Demand

)( Monthly system peak demand 2014 2014


)( Monthly system peak demand 2015 2015

MW

8000
7500
7000
6500
6000
5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0

Electricity
System Energy
Requirement

GWh*

2014

2015

39,599

42,006

*GWh - Gigawatt hours

Electricity Consumption (GWh)

dential
009
7%

Industrial
2,776
6.81%

2015

) (

Power Station &


Desal Auxillary
3,540
8.69%

*Others
3,437
8.44%

Commercial
19,263
47.28%
*Others: N
 on-Commercial (Mosques, Police Stations,
Government Hospitals, Government Schools,
DEWA Offices, Staff Premises, etc.)

Number of Consumers

677,751

Number of Consumers

Commercial
177,186
25.02%

Residential
11,724
28.78%

(:*

)

708,148

*Others: N
 on-Commercial (Mosques, Police Stations,
Government Hospitals, Government Schools,
DEWA Offices, Staff Premises, etc.)

2015
Industrial
2,636
0.37%

Comm
116,91
18.66%

Others *
7,317
1.04%

Residential
521,009
73.57%

Industrial
2,776
6.81%

(:*

)

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