The Dubai Electric and Water Authority (Dewa) Innovation Center has launched a clean-up youth program to attract talented young energy leaders from various sectors and expand their technical and scientific knowledge through clean and renewable energy and entrepreneurship. The program includes scholars, specialists, and professionals who have received extensive training workshops, special education courses, and field visits to accredited institutions.
He participated in 100 programs from different universities in the UAE to participate in the program. The training courses will begin on August 12, 2021, in conjunction with International Youth Day. The Dewa Youth Council will also participate.
“The Innovation Center at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park supports the efforts of DAAN Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum to develop and nurture young people. To be the cornerstone of sustainable development. It also supports Dubai’s clean energy strategy to deliver Dubai’s total energy capacity by 2050. To provide 75% of Dubai’s total energy capacity by 2050, the center will strengthen Dubai’s experience by estimating and shaping the future of energy and water in an integrated system managed by Emirates. By attracting the best regional and international experts to make it a global platform for clean and renewable energy. Through the Innovation Center, Dewa is focusing on developing and developing the next generation of innovators and professionals in pure technology, ”he said.
“The creative center is very important for young people, especially young people. It works to launch programs and initiatives for young people with special experience in sustainable energy technologies, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies. This will strengthen Dewa’s efforts to invest in young people, their skills and knowledge to serve Dewa and the community. ”
The Clean Tech Youth Program is an innovation center that hosts events, conferences, seminars, and workshops. DAWA is the result of partnerships with schools, universities, startups, and local and international organizations.