Fujairah Environment Authority: Our current and future projects serve the national agenda for climate neutrality

Abu Dhabi, April 17 / WAM / Her Excellency Asila Al Mualla, Director of the Fujairah Environment Authority, confirmed that the Authority’s various current and future projects contribute to serving the national and strategic agenda for climate neutrality.
Speaking to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, on the sidelines of the activities of the 16th edition of the World Future Energy Summit, Al Mualla noted the importance of this summit in reviewing the most prominent local and international experiences in the field of environmental protection and the transition to clean energy.
She pointed out that the participation of the Fujairah Environment Authority and the Fujairah Research Center in the World Future Energy Summit is the third in a row, pointing out that the Authority worked, through its presence in the current edition of the summit, to review many joint projects that serve the environment and renewable energy sector, which were developed to include Using solar panels to supply energy to green agricultural homes, electronic nose devices, seawater quality measuring stations, and meteorological devices, which are considered the latest projects of the Authority and the Joint Research Center.
She pointed out that the Fujairah Environment Authority owns 85 devices distributed throughout the emirate to measure pollutants, and 7 stations to measure air quality.
Al-Mualla shed light on the project to study Fujairah’s local climate and climate change, which aims to establish an integrated system for monitoring the local climate in Fujairah based on advance weather forecasting.
She explained that the project includes installing 20 monitoring stations in the Emirate of Fujairah in studied locations starting from the flat coastal area to the rugged mountainous area, in order to measure temperatures, humidity, amount of rain, wind speed and direction, and solar radiation, as it receives data around the clock, pointing out that The stations are also powered by solar energy.

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