July 17, 2024


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Electro-intensive industries

Industries whose production processes are high consumers of Electrical Services in Dubai (chemicals, cement, steel, paper in particular). And for which this energy can even be considered as a raw material. For these activities, the price of electricity is a major location criterion. Also, article 238 bis HW of the general tax code opens up the benefit of membership. In the Exeltium consortium to electro-intensive companies for which the ratio between the quantity of electricity. Consumed and the added value produced is greater than 2.5 kWh per euro.

Electricity supply from the transport network

Equipment used to connect two foreign electrical networks. An interconnected network is a network made up of several interconnected Electrical Services in Dubai transmission and distribution networks, in particular across borders. The submarine electrical interconnection between France and England, with a capacity of 2,000 MW in direct current, is called IFA 2000.


The irregular nature of electricity production is link in particular. To variations in the strength of the wind or periods of sunshine.

Thermal insulation

Concerning the walls, the pipes, the roofs, the doors. And windows as well as the floors of the buildings, the thermal insulation makes. It possible to reduce the caloric losses related to heating or air conditioning. It is the subject of ad hoc regulations, the insulation of new housing being compulsory since 1974.

For example, the thermal resistance of a wall depends on its thickness. And the thermal conductivity of the material used, the use of Modern insulation (glass wool, polystyrene, polyurethane foam, etc.). Allows significant results both thermally and architecturally: thus, 1 centimeter of glass wool guarantees the same thermal insulation as a wall of stones 70 centimeters thick.

Market liberalization

The liberalization of the Electrical Services in Dubai market was initiate in Europe with the adoption of Directive 96/92/EC of December 19, 1996, which, in France, was transpose by the law of February 10, 2000. Before this change, the production, transmission, distribution, and marketing of electricity fell within the competence of operators in a monopoly situation.

The main operator, EDF, supplies 95% of the national territory, the rest being supply by local distribution companies (ELD). From now on, transmission and distribution activities must be carried out by legal entities endowed with legal. And financial independence from producers and suppliers. The opening up of the electricity market to competition is a gradual process which, having started in 1996, last July 2007 with the opening to competition of the individual market.

Low/medium/high voltage lines

European standards define the low voltage (LV) range as voltages between 50 and 1,000 volts (V). In an alternating voltage regime (and between 120 and 1,500 V in a direct voltage regime). High voltage (HV) lines are the main lines of Emergency Electrician Dubai transmission and distribution networks and can be aerial, underground, or underwater.

A distinction is make between the high voltage of domain A (HV), whose voltage is between 1,000 and 50,000 V, the high voltage of domain B (HV), whose voltage is between 50 and 150 kV (in France, 63 000, 90,000 or 150,000 volts), and very high voltage (THT). Whose voltage is greater than 150 kV (in France, 225,000 and 400,000 V). EHV lines are use to transport electricity over long distances as well as to.

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