Doha, September 24 (QNA) – Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation “KAHRAMAA” will host the 9th meeting of GCC benchmarking committee and 10th meeting of electricity and water cooperation team during the period form tomorrow, Tuesday.
The two-day meeting is scheduled to tackle a number of issues related to the technical and economic benchmarking at GCC electricity and water sectors. It will also discuss the organizational aspects of the committee and the affiliated teams. The meeting agenda includes the review of the annual report 2011 to submit a recommendation to their Excellency concerned ministers.
Chairman of GCC benchmarking committee Eng. Yousuf Janahi, Corporate Planning and Business Development said, “the meeting will follow up the annual report to set a five year plan to be included in the KPIs. A workshop will be held to discuss the results of the previous two years to improve the two sectors.” Janahi added that KAHRAMAA participation is meant to create an ideal environment for sharing information about KPIs to cope with the future plans and vision of the committee. “We will review the availability of holding a benchmarking forum as done in the developed countries” Janahi clarifies.
Deputy head of electricity benchmarking team Eng. Abdullah Al-Theyab, Quality and Continual Improvement Department Manager said, “the decisions and recommendations of the electricity and water cooperation committee are meant to upgrade performance and unified technical and economic benchmarking for electricity and water sectors at planning, operation, and management activities.
It is worth to mention that Qatar suggested to establish the committee at the 20th meeting of electricity and water cooperation on 7/11/2007 where it was agreed upon in the 21th meeting held on 5/11/2008 for the benchmarking committee to be established under the chairmanship of the State of Qatar. (QNA)