“Dubai Electricity” uses the “Blockchain” to obtain data on the leases of 2,000 customers on a daily basis.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has announced that it will receive rental contract data daily from around 2,000 customers who are first registering their residential unit offers or renewing their contracts. rental, because they are affiliated with the Ejari system using “blockchain” technology. , Allows the operation of electrical services. In addition, once the “Ezari” contract is certified in one of the Dubai Land Department approved real estate offices and printing centers, the water will not have to go to the Commission’s refueling centers.
He pointed out that by merging with the “Ejari” system, the Authority would automatically renew the annual rental value during the annual renewal, thus updating the prices of the houses and the client would not have to adjust the annual rental value to the Municipality of Dubai. .
Saeed Mohammed Al Dyer, Managing Director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, said: “We are working at DEWA under the vision of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Leader of the Arab Emirates United. In Dubai, the wise government goes to the people and does not wait for them to come. Therefore, the Commission has stepped up the use of artificial intelligence and created the infrastructure to deliver smart and innovative services that save more than one person time and effort. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, chairman of the Prince of Dubai and board of directors of all departments, was instrumental in eliminating the use of paper under the Crown (Dubai Paperless Strategy) initiated by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, contributing to environmental protection efforts, with millions of customers in Dubai, and to their delight. He stressed that the digital transformation is 100% complete.
The “Blockchain” site, which merged with the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority and the Dubai Land Department in 2017, is the first blockchain technology initiative at the level of the government of Dubai, renewing rental contracts and awarding “ezari” contracts. To attendees, and customer experience Improve and automate the process of achieving their happiness.
He pointed out that the Commission has a strategy for digital transactions and that it is one of the first government agencies to adopt ‘blockchain’ technology in a number of services and initiatives, including signing up for the service. “Green Charger” for electric cars. In addition to the government payment settlement system, working with Wasl Group to manage registration and renewal of smart leases, assets and Dubai land sector.
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