District Cooling

District Cooling Guide by ASHRAE for Owners and DC Designers

The 2 000 terawatt-hours (TWh) of power consumed by buildings for cooling in 2018 was more than triple the energy demand for the same three decades ago, according to International Energy Agency. While most of the air conditioners available in the market are more energy-efficient, a lot needs to be d[..]
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Footprint in district cooling and heating plants

Why Footprint Optimization? One of the most critical points faced by engineers when developing the basis of a District Cooling and Heating plant (DCHP) is the footprint optimization. 
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Industrial Chillers for DCPS: efficiency analysis

The cooling demand in urban areas is increasing because of comfort requirements, heat island challenges and internal heat loads. The relatively high temperatures of the Middle East and Africa are other significant drivers of district cooling demand. We are at a point where Saudi Arabia and fellow em[..]
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Heat pump applications in industry: District Energy

Did you know District Energy Systems are essential for our cities in order to fight climate change, while remaining cost-effective and energy-efficient? The role of industrial heat pumps is key.
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District Energy: Highly Efficient Way to Heat and Cool Cities

District energy technology has come a long way. Cities across the globe are slowly accepting it as a reliable heating and cooling solution. District networks can be found in cities in parts of Europe such as Lithuania, Finland and Denmark. In North America, advanced district heating and cooling is w[..]
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District Cooling system advantages: its Superpowers

The Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030 (DIES) sets the strategic direction of the Emirate towards securing sustainable energy supply and enhancing demand efficiency (power and water). A crucial part of the project constituted developing an Integrated Energy model based on a deep understanding of [..]
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Electric Heating and Cooling System: Waveform Distortion

Harmonic distortion is a sort of “pollution” in the electric supply that can cause problems if the voltage distribution caused by harmonic currents increases above certain limits.  The growing use of non-linear loads such as converters with power electronics and the on/off-switching effects in power[..]
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Environmental Consideration of Chillers for District Cooling Plants

District Cooling plants have become an increasingly popular option to provide cost-effective, efficient cooling to business districts and communities.
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A District Cooling Plant in Dubai with ARANER

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[..]
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Natural water cooling systemy: use river or sea-water based

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% mor[..]
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District Cooling Energy System: All about the cooling process

District Cooling (DC) involves using a central chiller plant to cool water, which is then circulated to multiple buildings to provide cooling. District Energy systems have been around since ancient Rome and are prevalent in the Middle East, across Europe, and in Scandinavian countries. Particularly [..]
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Industrial Energy Efficiency Project: Productivity and Trend

We live in a world that is grappling with problems related to a perpetually increasing population. Oil and gas alongside many other industries are on the receiving end of the effects of the growing global energy demand. The mix of challenges is characterized by volatile prices, stringent regulations[..]
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