Dewa Launches Web App for Solar Installation

stated that the ‘Shams Dubai Calculator’ is an innovative service designed by Dewa for customers who desire to produce electricity from solar power under the Shams Dubai initiative. By providing their account numbers only, customers can easily identify ... ( read original story ...)

DEWA unveils web app for solar energy panels

The web application, dubbed the ‘Shams Dubai Calculator', allows DEWA customers to produce solar power energy under the Shams Dubai initiative. DEWA customers can use their account customers to identify their building's locations and rooftops through an ... ( read original story ...)

Medics in pink: Dubai launches women-only ambulances

Four women in pink remain on standby 12 hours a day, seven days a week, to come to the aid of their "sisters" in the Gulf emirate of Dubai. The four -- two medics and two drivers -- are leading a pilot project for a women-only pink ambulance service that ... ( read original story ...

Dubai Miracle Garden: world’s largest natural flower garden

(CNN) — The Dubai Miracle Garden is certainly aptly named considering ... Rahhal, the man behind the attraction, told NBC News. "I hope people will understand that this country is not only for extremes in concrete and steel. "This country is given ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai property transactions down by 23%

LONDON: Dubai property transactions plunged by 23 percent in the second quarter, according to a report from Chestertons. But the weak property market is good news for renters who benefitted from a 2 percent decline in rents for both apartment and villas ... ( read original story ...)

UAE’s ADNOC Studies Banking Majors For IPO Release

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), the state-held oil company of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is studying proposals from Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, HSBC, and First Abu Dhabi Bank to have lead roles in the potential listing of ADNOC’s ... ( read original story ...)

UAE remains a bright spot for private banking

The year 2016 was marked with a series of unexpected events—from Britain’s vote for Brexit, the results of the US elections and the growth of populist movements across Europe. While all of these events projected dissatisfaction with the status quo ... ( read original story ...)