Organised by DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority), the 3-day exhibition, at Dubai’s World Trade Centre from 21-23 October, has become the leading platform for sustainability and latest advances in water and energy optimization, attracting experts from government, water utilities and industry leaders from over 50 countries.
Grundfos joined the event as the water leader at the Danish Pavilion, where it held back-to-back meetings with leading users and showed how their latest digital and cloud enabled water solutions empower utilities with complete control of their water systems, whilst cutting both water and energy usage.
Highlights of the show included, on Day 1, the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Ras Al Khaimah Wastewater Agency (RAKWA) and the Danish Trade Council, which further supports the existing energy audit agreement between Grundfos & RAKWA.
On Day 2, Grundfos team joined the Nordic Sustainable Smart Cities Conference, held under the WETEX umbrella, where Danish water experts led talks on how water and energy-based technologies, developed in the Nordic countries, can contribute to solving the UAE’s urban challenges.
Kostas Poulopoulos, Area Managing Director for Grundfos Gulf, Levant, and Pakistan said “Grundfos is ambitiously working to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals SDG 6 and SDG 13, to bring safe water to all and tackle Climate Change .Our innovative and sustainable solutions are enabling utilities and businesses to run their water operations more effectively whilst cutting energy usage, and costs, by as much as 40%.”