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Metito, Emaar to use recycled wastewater for district cooling

Metito, the leader and provider of choice for total intelligent water management solutions in the emerging markets, has partnered with Dubai-based property developer Emaar Properties, to recycle 20,000 cu m per day of wastewater.

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Hyder completes Qatar Cool plant's EPC design

Hyder Consulting, a leading design and engineering consultancy, has completed the engineering, procurement and construction design of Qatar Cool's third district cooling plant in Doha.    The new plant i

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Tabreed net profit up 15pc

National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed), a leading Abu Dhabi-based district cooling utility company, said its net profit increased by 15 per cent to Dh272.4 million ($74.1 million) last year, as compared to Dh236.3 million in 2012.

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Empower buys cooling firm for $500m

Dubai's Empower, a district cooling provider controlled by two government-owned firms, has completed the acquisition of Palm District Cooling from a unit of Dubai World for $500 million, a statement from Empower said on Sunday.

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Outdoor cooling viable, but challenging

Outdoor district cooling solution is viable, while it also quite challenging, said an expert at the fifth Annual Middle East District Cooling Summit, which concluded in Doha today (November 28). A presentation on ‘Innovative

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350 delegates to discuss district cooling

More than 350 participants will discuss and exchange information on district cooling to be  held in Doha from November 26. The three-day fifth Annual Middle East District Cooling Summit will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.

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Palm Utilities to aid Dubai tower blaze victims

Palm Utilities, a Dubai World Company and a cooling services provider, has launched a social initiative to support the victims of the recent Tamweel Tower blaze in Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), Dubai. Marwan Al Naqi, chief executiv

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Time to 'adopt new cooling technologies'

Empower, a leading district cooling services provider in the region, called upon local and Gulf-based developers to adopt district cooling technologies and gradually move away from conventional AC systems to save environmental resources. S

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Aggreko provides cooling at Doha airport

UK-based Aggreko, a global leader in temperature control services, was selected by C.A.T. International, a major trading firm in the Middle East, to supply temporary cooling solutions at the New Doha International Airport. The construction

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Bahrain eyes big plans for eco-friendly LNG

Bahrain could soon cool homes during the hot summer months and run vehicles on environmentally-friendly liquefied natural gas (LNG), said an expert. If everything goes to plan, the first output at the country's own LNG terminal could b

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