Wetex and Smartech concurrent


08/02/2014 08:58 AST

Alongside the 16th Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition, or Wetex 2014, Dubai Electrictiy and Water Authority, or Dewa is organising SmarTech, an event showcasing solutions, products and green buildings related-technologies targeting the commercial and industrial sectors, from April 14 to 16 at the International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, vice-chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and managing director and chief executive officer of Dewa said: “SmarTech is in line with our vision to become an international sustainable entity. At Dewa, we adopt best technology solutions that contribute to enhancing our operational efficiency and raise quality of services. The event offers an ideal platform to enhance awareness and highlight eco friendly solutions. Moreover, it opens dialogue channels with all society segments which are major electricity and water consumers and enhance their awareness about the importance of rationalising consumption.”

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