The decision comes in implementation of the kind directives of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.
The Sharjah Water and Electricity Authority (Sewa) is committed to offering world-class services to Sharjah residents and achieve the sustainable development goals, said Chairman Dr Rashid Al Leem. He also emphasised that during the unprecedented lockdown, Sewa employees continued to work around the clock to ensure customers were provided with all critically needed services.
Sewa has announced extending paying bills without penalties for one month in case the bill value is less than Dhs1,000 and for 15 days in case the bill value is more than Dhs1,000, instead of 7 days.
The Sewa has announced the reduction of the completion rate required to submit the approval files for the electrical executive plans for the new buildings (Shop Drawing) to 60 per cent instead of 75 per cent.
When Kashmiri expat Qasim Butt and his family stood clueless on the road after his pickup sustained a flat tyre, little did he know he was in for a surprising kindness from a man he thought he would be too inferior to seek help from.
The move is in line with the precautionary measures taken by the government and aimed at facilitating the customers amid the challenges posed by the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19.
Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, Sewa, has completed periodic maintenance work for 183 electricity distribution stations with 33 voltage, across the Emirate of Sharjah, and implemented an extensive maintenance programme for electricity networks and transformers in preparation for summer months.
Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, SEWA, has joined the membership of the International Organisation for Electrical Energy Systems, Sigri, which was founded in 1921 in the French capital Paris.
Bee’ah has helped Sharjah achieve a 76 per cent waste diversion from landfill rate, and is fast approaching the 100 per cent diversion of waste with the launch of the Sharjah Waste to Energy Facility in 2021 by the Bee’ah-Masdar joint venture, Emirates Waste to Energy Company.