Dubai Electricity & Water Authority | Request for Clearance Certificate

Request for Clearance Certificate

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Service Description

This is a request to issue a certificate based on the customer’s request on clearing all the outstanding bills related to the premises.

Service Category & Type

  • Subsidiary
  • Procedural

Customer Segment

Electricity/ Water Supply Customers (Consumers)

  • Government/ Semi Government
  • Business
  • Individual (Local)
  • Individual (Expat)

Service Integrations

  • Automated issuance of Clearance Certificate upon settlement of final bill

Service Partners

  • N/A


  • Clearance Certificate along with settled Final Bill

Service Limitations

  • Certificate is valid for one month from issuance date.

Service Requirements

Step 1: Online Application Submission

Fill-in the online application form with the required information. Attach required documents and submit the application. On successful submission, a reference number will be provided which can be used for tracking the status of the application:
  • Passport copy or Emirates ID for Individuals.
  • Trade License, for companies only.
  • Account Number.
  • Outstanding dues /Final bill amount settled.

Step 2: Application Status Tracking and Notifications

You will receive SMS and e-mail notifications and OTP to your registered email regarding the progress of the application. In addition to notifications, the status of the application can also be tracked online through online service. Access tracking page and enter the application reference number to check the status of the application.

Step 3: Service Delivery

Once the application is approved, the clearance certificate will be sent through Registered email.

Service Steps & Procedures

  • Settle the final bill
  • Get “Clearance Certificate”

Service Fees

  • Free

Service Channels

  • 24/7 through DEWA website ( and DEWA Smart App
  • Customer Care Centre (through Interactive Voice Response) 04-6019999
  • Customer Happiness Centres (Self-Service)

Service Delivery Time

  • DEWA Customers: Clearance certificate will be sent through email immediately upon settlement of final bill and it will expired in 30 days 
  • Property Sellers: Clearance certificate will be sent through email immediately upon settlement of outstanding / final bill dues of the premise

Journey Map

This service issues a clearance certificate based on the customer’s request on clearing all the outstanding bills related to the premises.

Individual - Local
Individual - Expat
Journey Steps
Getting Service Information
  • I search for information related to DEWA clearance certificates
Applying for the Service
Smart channels
  • I log-in or register on DEWA Website/Smart App (Using UAE Pass or DEWA ID)
  • I fill-in service application, pay the outstanding amount (if any) and submit the request
Customer Happiness Centers (Self-Service)
  • I visit one of the CHCs Self-Service & park my car in one the parking spaces available
  • I visit any of virtual screens available at the center
  • I log-in or register on DEWA Website/Smart App (Using UAE Pass or DEWA ID)
  • I fill-in service application, pay the outstanding amount (if any) and submit the request
Customer Care Center
  • I call DEWA Call Center (IVR)
  • I select "Clearance Certificates" service, enter the account number, enter/create the PIN code and submit the request
Interaction During Processing
  • I receive acknowledgment via registered Email/SMS with a reference number for the request along with the pin code to be used while downloading the certificate
Completing Service Interaction
  • I receive clearance certificate on my registered email address OR I log-in on DEWA website, enter my pin code and download the certificate

Privacy & Security Policy

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is committed to protecting the rights of the users of its website, and keeping data and information secure. We have created this privacy and security statement to explain the current information management practices on our websites.

Information Collection and Usage:

DEWA does not collect any personal information about you when you visit its website, unless specified, or you choose to provide this information to us. However, upon your visit, the following information is automatically collected and stored:

  • The IP address from which you access the Internet and the date and time of your visit to our website.
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We may use third party tools or software for conducting statistical analysis. However, only certain pieces of aggregated, non-personal information, such as the number of users who accessed our website or most visited pages, are collected. Such information does not identify you individually.

DEWA keeps all collected information confidential except where disclosure is enforced or required by law, or as part of requirement to protect the rights or properties of DEWA.

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If you connect to any other site through DEWA’s website, you need to read its Security & Privacy Policy to determine its practices related to information collection and usage.

Security & Privacy Policy Changes:

DEWA reserves the right to change this Security & Privacy Policy at any time. The amended version of the Security & Privacy Policy will be always published only on DEWA's website.

Privacy intrusion:

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