The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy is the governing body tasked with policy development, planning and coordinating with concerned authorities & energy bodies to deliver new energy sources while employing a balanced approach to protecting the environment.
The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy has set a dynamic strategic direction to achieve a savings in power & water consumption. A balanced approach is defined to drive feasible renewable energy projects while developing a regulatory framework and adaptation of technologies.
Submissions of applications for 4th Emirates Energy Award extended until 31st August, 2021
The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy has extended the submission deadline for the fourth Emirates Energy Award (EEA) until 31st August 2021. This is a step towards attracting further distinguished participation and enriching the award through leading and innovative practices from the UAE and the region to enhance renewable energy...
Dubai Supreme Council of Energy launches 2021 edition of State of Green Economy Report
The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy (DSCE) released the seventh State of Green Economy Report. The 2021 edition was compiled by DSCE in collaboration with the Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence (DCCE) and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA). Under the theme ‘2020...
Dubai Supreme Council of Energy presents a virtual lecture to BUiD Renewable Energy MSc students
The Dubai Supreme Council of Energy presented a virtual lecture for MSc Renewable Energy students in the British University in Dubai (BUiD). The lecture titled ‘Connecting policy-making, technology and energy sustainability of Dubai,’ was delivered by Faisal Ali Rashid, Senior Director of Demand Side Management, and Luka Lugaric, Project Manager, Demand Side Management in the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy.
Dubai Supreme Council of Energy reviews a number of strategies, plans, and decisions to enhance sustainable development during its 64th virtual meeting
HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, chaired the Council’s 64th meeting held remotely. HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, attended the meeting.