Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) has confirmed that 20 South Korean companies will be featured over the course of WETEX 2019.
Firms participating in the exhibition will showcase their latest and most innovative products in the fields of pressure control systems, water and sewage flow, industrial and agricultural water pipes, leakage control devices, thermal insulation technologies, environmentally friendly water tanks, sewage treatment systems and waste disposal systems, conservation of water resources and water quality, operation and maintenance of power plants, power transmission equipment, networks and systems, maintenance of thermal and desalination plants, renewable energy services, among others.
“We are pleased with South Korea’s annual participation in WETEX. This enhances collaboration and widens investments in renewable energy and the environment,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA and Founder and Chairman of WETEX.
“WETEX provides an important meeting point to exchange information and skills, optimise renewable energy in smart cities, research and development projects, Internet of Things, Big Data, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, among others.”
Bilateral relations between the UAE and South Korea has climbed to new strategic heights covering all vital areas including oil, renewable energy, education and training, construction, environment, health care, construction and construction of offshore oil platforms, transportation, communications, information technology, and aerospace.
South Korean expertise was highly instrumental in one of the UAE’s most important mega-projects ‘Barakah,’ which is aimed at the production of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
In addition, a number of renewable energy projects that rely on solar and wind technologies have also been developed, apart from floating solar energy storage and energy generation from waste.