Empower urges environment preservation
Dubai, June 5, 2012
Emirates Central Cooling Corporation (Empower) has urged private and public sector entities and community organisations to make preservation of the environment a top priority, on the occasion of the World Environment Day.
Ahmad Bin Shafar, CEO, Empower, said: “Preserving the environment is a critical necessity, not a luxury that we can do without. Environmental degradation is the biggest challenge that is threatening the world today, and this is reflected in the drastic climate change we are witnessing today.”
“District cooling services is at the forefront of cooling solutions that ensures sustainability and conserves energy resources,” he added.
Empower is guided by the directive of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to conserve the environmental resources in the Emirate of Dubai.
It provides district cooling systems as an alternative to the conventional AC systems. Its solutions lead to energy saving and environmental conservation, while at the same time lowering operations and maintenance costs.
Empower serves a range of large-scale real estate projects in Dubai.
“The company has succeeded in increasing the footprint of usage of district cooling in Dubai though widening its use in residential, commercial, offices and hotels,” Bin Shafar said.
“Empower tops the list of companies providing district cooling service in the region. The company adopts a clear strategy to preserve environment through aggressively disseminating district cooling technology and conducting campaigns to highlight its strategic value to the individuals as well as the wider society,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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