He added that state utility DEWA has strong cash flows and will not need to take on debt.
DEWA this month raised $6.1 billion in the region’s biggest initial public offering (IPO) since Saudi Aramco.
DEWA and its subsidiaries, which serve 3.5 million people with over 1 million customers in Dubai, have assets worth up to Dh190 billion and recorded Dh23.8 billion revenues in 2021, growing annually by 2 percent during between 2019 to 2021.
The utility giant, which reported Dh12.1 billion in core earnings in 2021, is widely considered to have a strong balance sheet with low net debt of just Dh17.6 billion last year.
With the power utility recently reiterating its targets like Dubai Net Zero Carbon Emissions Strategy 2050 and the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050, DEWA aims to provide 100 percent of Dubai’s energy production capacity from clean energy sources by 2050.