District Heating, District Cooling

Benefits of implementing a district energy system in your project

The district energy system is quickly becoming one of the most popular heating and cooling alternatives in urban areas due its economic and environmental advantages.  While employing a district energy plant that distributes heating to wider areas is not a new idea, these structures are currently bec[..]
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District Heating, District Cooling, Refrigeration

How do absorption chillers work?

The original design of an absorption chiller is credited to the likes of Ferdinand Carré, Carl Munters and Baltzar Von Platen, renowned scientists who did their works between the 1850s and 1920s. While the products were first produced commercially in 1923, it was only in the 60s that serious product[..]
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Industrial application of refrigeration: District Cooling&Data Centers

Industrial refrigeration isn’t air conditioning—it goes beyond that, both in scale and in the little details. Industrial refrigeration can be defined as the equipment and accessories projected to remove heat from large-scale processes or materials, lowering the temperature to a desired value. Depend[..]
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Difference Between Air Cooled and Water Cooled Chiller System

Many regions in the world are grappling with water scarcity. Numerous efforts to desalinate and trade in water are evidence of the magnitude of the problem. The World Bank puts the number of people living with absolute water scarcity at 2bn, a number that could hit the 4.6bn mark within the next 65 [..]
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Sustainable Cooling Technologies & Environmentally Friendly

In this new era that is the 21ST century, we have the possibility to re-adjust our tools, objectives and technologies to aim towards a greener, more efficient and sustainable future.
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How efficient is your Data Center?

The Green Grid Association is a non-profit consortium of information and communications technology, and its main goal is to:
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Air-cooled solutions are re-gaining the throne in the DC industry

The District Cooling Plants  are playing an important role nowadays. Through the years, humanity has been technologically improving its homes, entertainment and works spaces. Air-cooled solutions have been turned into a necessity for our society and as all the other technologies that are always look[..]
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TES plant: the combination in a district cooling & heating plant

Renewables have a key role to play in the Middle East sustainable energy transition which must be considered within a broader framework of socio-economic development of the region, with ripple effect of renewables deployment throughout society by economic growth and diversification, job creation, im[..]
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District Cooling Company: Find out how we can help you

The district cooling market has made huge strides ever since the first DC system started operations in Denver Colorado in the 1930s and the Middle East witnessed its own about two decades ago. For an industry worth US$ 29 Billion by 2020 according to estimates, we can safely say that the world has r[..]
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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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