Abu Dhabi Police Delegation Witnesses the Future of Energy at the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant


- Abu Dhabi Police Delegation briefed on latest developments in the UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program

An Abu Dhabi Police delegation witnessed the future of UAE energy production when they visited the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant in the Al Dhafra Region of Abu Dhabi. The visiting delegation were shown the latest developments of the UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program and the ongoing preparations for the operation of the nation’s first nuclear energy plant.

As part of the visit, ENEC and its Joint Venture subsidiary companies, Nawah Energy Company and Barakah One Company, briefed the delegates on the construction progress of the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant and how the highest international standards of nuclear quality and safety are being implemented. The delegates also observed the arrangements and facilities for the physical security of the Barakah site.

The visiting delegation praised the efforts of the UAE engineers and technicians leading the Barakah project and their cooperation with the relevant government authorities, ensuring the UAE’s first nuclear energy plant is completed in accordance with the highest international standards and practices of safety and security.

The delegation included ; Major General Hammad Ahmed Al Hammadi, Director of the Community Security Sector,  Brigadier Saeed Saif Al Nuaimi, Director-General of Finance and Services Brigadier Salim Shaheen Al Nuaimi, Director of the Command Affairs Sector; Colonel Mohammed Suhail Al Rashidi, Acting Director General of the Criminal Sector and Colonel Saif Al Shamsi, Director of Protocol and Public Relations.

Eng. Ahmed Mohammed Al Rumaithi, Deputy CEO of ENEC; Mark Reddemann, CEO of Nawah; and a number of senior officials and representatives received the delegation.

Last month, ENEC announced the completion of construction work on Barakah Unit 1, with the Unit 2 currently at 92%, Unit 3 over 82%, Unit 4 at over 69%, and a total completion percentage of 88%. All four Units will deliver clean, efficient and reliable electricity to the UAE grid, and will prevent the release of up to 21 million tons of carbon emissions each year, equivalent to removing 3.2 million sedan cars from the roads.