Kahramaa held today its annual meeting to coordinate with electricity and water-producing companies in the State of Qatar. The goal of the meeting is to revise the adopted plans, and coordinate joint efforts to ensure the increasing demand expected in the summer of 2022 can be met efficiently.
HE Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad bin Sherida Al Kaabi chaired the meeting, which was attended by President of Kahramaa Essa bin Hilal Al Kuwari and Managing Director of Kahramaa Mohammed Nasser Al Hajri, along with a number of officials and other directors at the companies.
The meeting reviewed the strategic plans and efforts exerted to ensure the effectiveness and comprehensiveness of the plans and preparations necessary for the peak season, as well as reviewing the processes aimed at ensuring the readiness and ability of networks to absorb the high demand in light of the unprecedented economic and construction boom that the country is witnessing.
HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs highlighted the importance of the meeting in enhancing the operational plans to ensure it meets the needs of the Qatari market. He said that all parties involved managed to face the challenges posed on the water and electricity sectors as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
His Excellency said that the upcoming summer and the World Cup 2022 will require intensifying efforts and cooperation to provide the service at the highest levels. He added that despite the fact the impact of the pandemic is now limited, His Excellency stressed that preparations for upcoming challenges must not retreat, especially that the World Cup is the most important sporting event globally.
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