The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority or DEWA has discussed with Ireland ways to enhance cooperation in fields like digital technology, said local reports have on Monday, October 11.
The discussions took place between DEWA CEO Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer and Ireland’s Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Robert Troy, said the reports.
They apparently discussed ways to develop ties especially in digital technology and industry, besides other areas of common interest.
This was part of the Irish commercial delegation visit to the Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) and Dubai Solar Show (DSS).
Al Tayer highlighted the UAE’s efforts to enhancing cooperation, exchange of experience between DEWA and Irish companies in renewable and clean energy, environmental sustainability, innovation, smart cities, and water.
He also shed light on the 23rd WETEX and DSS 2021, which have attracted more than 1,200 companies from 55 countries in a dedicated space of 29,200 square meters.
Troy expressed his country’s interest in joining WETEX and DSS as well as their interest in enhancing investment, collaboration, and commercial opportunities for mutual benefits.