The service is provided to all customer segments to resolve all technical notifications related to electricity and water interruption or any failure on the network.
Time required to deliver this service:
Within 2 hours (minor Notifications).
Within 4 hours major Notifications (main cable failures).
Within 3 hours (minor Notifications).
Within 6 hours (major Notifications).
1. Customer visits DEWA website or smart app and reports the incident.
2. Technical team will be assigned and move to customer location.
3. Technical team will investigate the case.
4. Technical team will work on the resolution.
5. In case of major cases: Team will provide temporary supply for electricity incidents.
6. Case will be resolved and electricity/water will be restored.
7. Customer can also track the case through this service.
Where application can be submitted:
- DEWA website
- DEWA smart app
- DEWA Emergency Call Centre (991)
This service is provided to all customer segments to resolve all technical notifications related to electricity and water interruption or any failure on the network.
1. Time required to deliver this service:
Within 2 hours (Minor Notifications).
Within 4 hours (Major Notifications for main cable failures).
Within 3 hours (Minor Notifications).
Within 6 hours (Major Notifications).
2. How can I report an incident?
DEWA offers different channels to submit a notification:
3. How can I track an incident?
You can track your incident by using one of the below channels:
4. Why does my breaker frequently trip and what can I do to avoid this issue?
This could be due to an internal fault or faulty breaker. To solve and avoid this issue, you need to have it replaced by a private competent technician.
5. Where can I find a list of competent technicians?
You can use DEWA store, where a list of technical service providers are available with offers for DEWA customers*
*Disclaimer should be added
6. Why do I face power supply interruptions?
There are different reasons that could cause power supply interruptions which are listed below:
7. I received an over load notice. What does this mean?
Your circuit breaker is over rated and may damage your installation and DEWA cable. Therefore, you should replace it with a proper rated one as per the guidelines in the safety notice.