A Complete Guide To Go Solar In Dubai

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Going solar in Dubai is a great way to save money on your electricity bills and reduce your environmental impact. The process is relatively simple and there are a number of incentives available to help you get started.

Here is a step-by-step guide to going solar in Dubai:

  1. Check your eligibility: The first step is to check whether your property is eligible for solar installation. This will depend on a number of factors, such as the size and orientation of your roof, and whether there are any trees or other obstacles that could shade your panels. You can check your eligibility online or by contacting a DEWA-approved solar contractor.
  2. Choose a solar contractor: Once you have confirmed that your property is eligible, you will need to choose a DEWA-approved solar contractor. There are a number of reputable companies operating in Dubai, so it is important to do your research and compare quotes.
  3. Apply for a No Objection Certificate (NOC): Once you have chosen a contractor, you will need to apply for a NOC from your developer. This is a requirement for all solar installations in Dubai. The NOC process typically takes a few weeks.
  4. Get your solar system designed and installed: Once you have your NOC, your contractor will design and install your solar system. This typically takes a few days to a few weeks.
  5. Connect your solar system to the grid: Once your solar system is installed, it will need to be connected to the grid. This is done by DEWA. The connection process typically takes a few days.
  6. Start generating solar power: Once your solar system is connected to the grid, you will start generating solar power. This power will be used to offset your electricity consumption from DEWA.

Incentives for going solar in Dubai

There are a number of incentives available to help you go solar in Dubai. These include:

  • A subsidy of up to 50% of the cost of your solar system.
  • A net metering scheme, which means that you can sell any excess solar power that you generate back to DEWA.
  • A tax exemption on solar panels.

Benefits of going solar in Dubai

There are a number of benefits to going solar in Dubai. These include:

  • Saving money on your electricity bills.
  • Reducing your environmental impact.
  • Increasing the value of your property.
  • Becoming more energy independent.

If you are considering going solar in Dubai, I encourage you to do your research and compare quotes from a number of DEWA-approved solar contractors. There are a number of incentives available to help you get started, and the benefits of going solar are numerous.

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