Strategic Partnership of MOTF and DEWA for Sustainable Development

Strategic Partnership of MOTF and DEWA for Sustainable Development

The exhibition showcases solutions and concepts, application of advanced technology in the fields of renewable energy

The Museum of the Future has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) to showcase unique technologies and solutions related to the future of environmental sustainability and renewable energy.

The agreement aims to pave the way for constructive research that helps provide solutions for today’s ecological challenges.

This agreement is working towards enhancing Dubai’s position as a leading city of the future that sets a benchmark for low-carbon urban societies and sustainable development.

The partnership was announced at the ‘Tomorrow, Today’ exhibition, which highlights concepts and solutions, such as energy and environmental innovations, that, on a wider scale, can help solve global challenges.

Spread across 900 square metres, the exhibition showcases existing solutions and concepts that demonstrate the application of advanced technology in the fields of renewable energy and sustainability.

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This partnership comes as a result of the interest of the Museum of the Future in providing solutions designed to meet future needs through applying technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

They have the potential to contribute to building sustainable low-carbon urban societies and promote sustainable development in the green economy.

The ‘Tomorrow, Today’ exhibition, located on the museum’s second floor, also focuses on other key areas including space, health, cities, and technology in the near future.

Each exhibit offers visitors a unique experience that aims to inspire and encourage them to reimagine the world of tomorrow.

The Museum of the Future is an architectural masterpiece in the heart of Dubai. It is considered a global icon for shaping a better future for humanity.

A future based on innovation, creativity, cooperation, communication, and an openness to new ideas. The museum’s façade is 77 metres high and comprises 1,024 individual steel panels.

It is also engraved with inspirational quotes from HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, written in Arabic calligraphy.

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