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What does FEWA stand for?

FEWA stands for Federal Electricity and Water Authority (United Arab Emirates)


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Summary: The Infrastructure Unit of Belhasa Projects, or BHP, a subsidiary of the Belhasa Group, has successfully completed and handed over the 8W/2011 project with the Federal Electricity and Water Authority.
The Federal Electricity and Water Authority or Fewa, a federal agency which provides water and electricity in the northern emirates generates 1,300 MW and while Sharjah Water and Electricity Authority produces 2,400 mw, much less than the actual demand in the area, which has seen demand picking up due to population growth and robust economic growth in the recent years.
Poor planning and insufficient power supplies to the northern Emirates by the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA) may lead to economic instability and environmental damage, reports The National citing a study by the Federal National Council (FNC).
Summary: RAS AL KHAIMAH - The Federal Electricity and Water Authority (Fewa) has clarified that the power cut in Al Muairidh area of Ras Al Khaimah on Sunday was due to the replacement of the old power generators with the new ones.
Summary: ras al khaimah -- Al Nakheel Water Desalination Station in Ras Al Khaimah will work to full capacity within a week after being serviced, and water supply will get back to normal, senior official with the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA) said here.
The Federal Electricity and Water Authority or FEWA, a federal agency which provides water and electricity in the northern emirates generates 1300 mw and while Sharjah Water and Electricity Authority produces 2400 mw, much less than the actual demand in the area, which has seen demand picking up due to population growth and robust economic growth in the 
recent years.
Summary: ABU DHABI - The Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA) has started construction work on two power plants in Umm Al Qawain, while tender process is underway for another two plants in the emirate.