All posts tagged: district cooling

The chilled-out Norsemen

Driven by strict legislation and enforcement measures, on one side, and the challenge of pricing, on another, manufacturers of HVACR equipment in Scandinavia have relied on innovation to survive… and to thrive. Internationally, they are benefitting from the strict regime and the exertions it has engendered. By Rajiv Pillai | Features Writer It is believed […]

‘We see there’s a push from the government towards DC’

Jasim Husain Thabet, CEO, Tabreed, speaks to B Surendar about the sector and the best practices being evolved by the company in its endeavour to create new benchmarks.

LV versus MV

Making a case for low voltage motors and equipment over their medium voltage counterparts for District Cooling applications, Nael Al Quqa enumerates their many advantages.

“We are seven digits”

Ahmad Bin Shafar, the CEO of Empower, in conversation with B Surendar

District cooling: A market poised for strong growth in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Innovative technologies and construction boom will drive the District Cooling market in the Kingdom, says a Frost & Sullivan report.

“We are the Blue Chip of DC”

Ahmed Bin Shafar, CEO of Empower, in conversation with B Surendar

One-on-one with Al Khatib

Fayad Al Khatib who joined Qatar Cool in 2007 spoke about the company’s goals and the challenges of the industry.

Qatar Cool turns 10

Celebrates a decade in the district cooling industry. By Mary Coons, our special correspondent in Doha.

To go modular or traditional

George Berbari presents the pros and cons of a modular chilled water plant.

The sun, the sand and the stadia

Making a case for zero-energy district cooling plants in Qatar to meet the air conditioning demands of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Salah Nezar plots the path ahead by weighing the pros and cons.
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