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​​​OPEN DATA POLICY

The Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure follows the open data policy in presenting the most important data and information that cover the core business of the ministry, which is the infrastructure of United Arab Emirates. It aims to enable the user to use and publish data without obstacles prevent users from accessing it. Furthermore, the data published in open machine-readable format with no access restriction.

Objective

The open data of the Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure is a rich source of reliable approved data, which all individuals and private and governmental entities can utilize and rely on according to their needs and requirements considering that the source is mentioned and data is re-subjected to 'open data' principle. In addition, it helps save time and effort on the data user in extracting reports.​

Scope of use

  1. 1 You can use the dataset available on the open data page by copying, downloading, modifying, or redistributing it, whether commercial or non-commercial ("use") referencing its source is the Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure and stating the file name and the published date without changing the information
  2. 2 Re-subjected the data to ‘open data’ principle and share it with the public
  3. 3 Not to use the data for political purposes, or to support illegal or criminal activity, or to have a negative impact on the name or position of the UAE, or any illegal activity, or contrary to the values of the UAE society3

MoEI Responsibility 

MOEI is not responsible for any direct or indirect consequences or damages that may arise from the use of available data on its website. Such liability rests upon the user. 

Data user responsibility

The data user is responsible for data reuse, and the data should result in no errors related to the content, source, date of the data plus their origin and history.​

Reports and statistics

Open data for the Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure includes several reports and statistics that assist and support the user. Examples include:

  1. 1 MoEI Projects Reports (Buildings, Roads, Houses)​
  2. 2 Registered Users of MoEI Website Reports
  3. 3 Statistics of Ministry's website visitors
  4. 4 Eservices Usage reports

MOEI​ is committed to the Open Data Guidelines of the mGovernment posted on the UAE Government official portal on the following link:

https://government.ae/en/resources/guidelines​​

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