Acquire DEWA, ADDC Approval for Your EV Charging Project
DEWA, ADDC Approvals
Acquiring approvals from DEWA, ADDC and other authorities is essential for EV Chargers installations. We specialize in securing these approvals for all the electrical works related to the installation of EV Chargers. Our comprehensive understanding and experience empower us to obtain approvals from the authorities for any project.
We Guide You Step-by-Step
Navigating the approval process can be time-consuming and complex. That’s where Copak comes in. We simplify the path to compliance by guiding you through each step of the process. Our expert team will assist you in preparing and submitting the required documentation, ensuring that all necessary requirements are met.
With our comprehensive range of services, we offer end-to-end solutions for EV Charger installations. Preparation of electrical design for the project is the first and the most critical step. We ensure that our design complies with the regulations of the relevant authorities, and reduce the cost of the project by employing value-engineering.
DEWA, ADDC Inspections
This step holds great importance as securing a “Pass” in the site inspection is essential for completing the approval process successfully. We prioritize satisfying the inspectors by ensuring impeccable electrical installations that meet their standards and requirements.
Compliance and Quality Assurance
When it comes to DEWA, ADDC or other authorities approvals, compliance and quality assurance are of utmost importance. We prioritize these aspects in every project we undertake. We guarantee that your EV charging infrastructure meets the necessary compliance requirements, providing you with peace of mind.
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Know if Your Project Requires Approval
In the UAE, obtaining approvals from authorities such as DEWA, ADDC, SEWA, AADC, or Etihad WE is essential for major electrical modifications in existing buildings. Specifically, in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, special regulations govern the installation of EV chargers, which necessitate the use of ADDC/AADC energy meters. Acquiring these meters involves a complex approval process.
In other states like Dubai, Sharjah, and the Northern Emirates, a dedicated energy meter may not be mandatory for EV chargers. However, certain cases may require approvals from relevant authorities for additional load or modifications to electrical distribution panels.
At Copak, we offer a comprehensive solution for obtaining approvals from all the necessary authorities, including DEWA, ADDC, AADC, SEWA, and Etihad WE. Our expertise ensures a smooth and efficient approval process for your electrical works. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us guide you through the requirements and procedures to ensure compliance and successful project implementation.
Energy Meter for EV Chargers
If you reside in Abu Dhabi/Al Ain or operate a business within the emirate and charge electric vehicles at your property, it is essential to register your EV charger. This enables ADDC or AADC to install a dedicated meter for accurate measurement and billing specific to your charger.
The Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC) and Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC) administer the tariff for EV charging services. Following registration, EV charger owners are required to pay a fixed monthly fee of AED 92 until the installation of an ADDC or AADC meter. Subsequently, billing will be based on the actual consumption recorded by the meter.