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ARANER, a top District Cooling Company in Dubai and the Middle East

ARANER is a worldwide engineering firm developing groundbreaking, custom solutions in commercial heating, cooling, and industrial refrigeration. We pride ourselves on our work in District Cooling due to its ability to solve the real issues of the future, including rising populations and temperatures. There is a great need for efficient, economic, and sustainable cooling technologies […]

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Best thermal energy storage system with a stratified water tank

Thermal energy storage (TES) systems have become popular in recent years and have taken many forms over that time. Some forms need energy, others require chemicals, and yet others may entail both. We consider using a Thermal Energy Storage system when a divergence exists between the thermal energy supply and demand, or when using intermittent energy […]

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Meet the Expert: ARANER TIAC Specialist, Manuel Guerrero

Turbine Cooling is one of ARANER’s main areas of expertise, with ARANER having implemented projects throughout the world and particularly the Middle East, for big names like Saudi Aramco. Manuel Guerrero has been a Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (TIAC) Specialist with ARANER since 2014. To discover more about Manuel’s background and experience in TIAC, as […]

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District Energy Efficiency: where and why use river or sea-water based cooling systems

Increasing popular in recent years as many nations try to find ways to meet growing cooling demands is District Cooling (DC), an efficient system featuring a centralized cooling plant which serves a group of buildings. DC owes the rise in its popularity to its proven ability to be as much as 50% more efficient than […]

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Thermal Energy Storage: where it can make a difference and why

Thermal Storage Benefits Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is a technology whereby thermal energy is produced during off-peak hours and stored for use during peak demand. TES is most widely used to produce chilled water during those off-peak times to provide cooling when the need for both cooling and power peak, thereby increasing efficiency. TES can […]

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