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Emicool becomes an active member of the first Association of District Cooling Operators; supports efficient district cooling.

Emicool becomes an active member of the first Association of District Cooling Operators; supports efficient district cooling.

Emirates District Cooling (Emicool) LLC, a preeminent district cooling service provider in the country and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dubai Investments, has announced becoming an active member of the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy’s premier Association of District Cooling Operators, stretching full support in promoting the performance of district cooling plants to increase water and electricity consumption in the emirate of Dubai.

“According to industry reports, the global DC Sector is set for growth in the following years and it becomes necessary for the government and the service providers to streamline the method towards greener, more environmentally beneficial systems to improve the efficiency of energy utilization. Aligning with the government’s strategic objectives, Emicool’s smart solutions and technologically advanced equipment’s will proceed to collectively contribute towards promoting a sustainable process both at the operational and the service level. 

Emicool has extended complete support by choosing Nasser Bin Jarsh, Emicool’s Chief Commercial Officer, to support the mission of the DC Association, in line with the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy (DIES) 2030 & 2050”, said Dr Adib Moubadder, CEO, Emicool. Emicool continues to play a major role in contributing to making a real impact on climate change. 

Operation of the ground-mounted grid-connected PV solar system providing hybrid solar power to plants, found at Emicool’ s facility in DIP 1 and 2 is part of the Company’s approach towards facilitating cost control advantages through PV installations, improving competitiveness and strengthening green commitment. The Company’s forward electric vehicle fleet is another green initiative promoting sustainable operations, reducing CO2 emissions by 135.5 tons annually.