Kahramaa (Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation) recently launched the first phase of its transformation into a ‘smart’ corporation with a revamped website and smartphone application.

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Kahramaa’s revamped website

With the revamped website and application Kahramma aims to reduce the number of walk-in customers. The comprehensive website now allows customers, both residential and corporate, to interact with Kahramma 24×7. Services on the website include bill payment, consumption statistics, service tracking, detailed bills, and certificate issuance. Corporate customers can access the website for information on tenders, auctions and awards.

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A screenshot of Tarsheed-Children Site

Another highlight of the revamped website is an interactive Tarsheed-Children Site which educates kids about conservation through animation. Tarsheed is a national program for conservation and efficient use of water and electricity. 

The Kahramaa  application, available in Arabic and English, allows users to locate service centers, access bills, track the status of service requests, and send suggestions and feedback. The app is available for free for Android and iOS devices. To download app for iOS click here, and for Android click here.


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A screenshot of Kahramaa app

Customers can now submit their consumption bill by clicking a picture of the meter on the first day of every  month and submitting it via the website or the app.

Essa bin Hilal al-Kuwari, Kahramaa president, said:

The launch of e-services on the website and application came within a strategic plan to transform all  services into electronic, by the end of 2014 and Kahramaa into a smart corporation in 2015.’