Dubai, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The world’s first electric hair hair salon will open in Dubai on Monday, with a $5,000 fee for a five-hour session and a two-day stay.
Dubai has been hailed as a shining example of a modern city that can afford to do more with less.
The Dubai Electricity Authority is planning a 10-megawatt solar power plant that could power all the city’s 1.6 million homes.
Dubya’s solar industry is booming with more than 4,000 solar farms and rooftop solar panels, and the city has built an extensive network of solar-powered buildings and solar-energy parks.
The UAE has become the first Arab country to get the world’s largest solar power installation in its capital city.
Dubay is also known as the “city of dreams.”
Dubai’s skyline, which includes the Burj Khalifa, is home to more than 1,000 skyscrapers and more than 7,000 buildings.
Dubia’s booming economy and population has generated a boom in the construction industry, which has seen the construction of more than 80,000 housing units in just the past five years.
Dubays housing market has also seen record demand for apartments, which is now the largest in the world, according to data from the International Residential Developers Association.
Dubaya is the UAE’s largest city, home to 2.5 million people.
Dubiyah is the capital of the UAE and a city of more then 1.5 billion people.
It is also the world headquarters of the Dubai International Airport.
Dubiya has also been hailed by some for its high standards of living, with an average household income of more on average than $100,000 a year, according the World Bank.
The city has become a magnet for global investors, including Google Ventures and Microsoft.
Dubi has a growing middle class with about 25% of its population making less than $50,000.