The Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE) and Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA) will offer an instant licensing plan to eligible businesses through,’Tamm’ the emirate’s government system.
According to a DoE statement on Saturday, as part of Abu Dhabi’s initiatives to facilitate fast and effective services to small-size energy firms in the emirate, they will issue free two-year licenses within one working day.
Abu Dhabi is now ranked 12th worldwide on the global ranking for doing business according to the World Bank’s 2019 ‘Doing Business’ Report.
The latest move to issue instant licenses for eligible energy firms, is one its initiatives to make the emirate more business-friendly and investor-friendly by making various processes faster, simpler and smarter.
Ghadan 21 – translated as Tomorrow 21 – was launched in June, 2018 by Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. The 50 billion dirhams package of major reforms is expected to transform doing business in Abu Dhabi, featuring several initiatives across key areas such as business and investment, society, knowledge and investment and lifestyle.