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Empower launches campaign to rationalise energy consumption

DUBAI, June 29, 2020

Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower) has launched a campaign under the theme 'Set your AC at 24°C Auto and Save' which is aimed at rationalising district cooling energy consumption and thus reducing energy consumption and bills.
The consumption rationalisation campaign, which runs until the end of summer, will encourage its customers to rationalise the district cooling consumption during the summer season by setting the air- conditioner thermostat at 24°C, as well as using innovative and eco-friendly methods that help in reducing indoor temperature and monthly costs, and achieving significant savings in energy and resources.
Empower pointed out that the campaign targets all the customer segments across residential and commercial buildings that are provided with company's district cooling services. 
It is keen to launch such campaigns regularly to raise awareness and enhance the engagement of its more than 120,000 customers, who plays a key role to achieve a sustainable development.
"Rationalizing district cooling consumption during the summer season in particular, contributes to preserving natural resources and protecting the environment, and Empower is always striving to reduce energy consumption through sustainability solutions that help achieving green economy," remarked its CEO Ahmad bin Shafar.
The company achieved AED3.2 billion in saving of electricity consumption thanks to the use of environment friendly district cooling systems which help conserve energy and resources, he stated.
Bin Shafar pointed out that Empower's readiness was a priority in all seasons, particularly in the summer, thanks to the advanced technologies of the Command Control Centre (CCC), which embraces smart control operations, including accurate measurement of temperature in residential and commercial units, maintenance of measurement devices, and thermal sensors checkup. 
"This process ensures smooth flow of grid operation and machines, and plant readiness to deal with emergency situations," he added.-TradeArabia News Service


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