Bee’ah, Tabreed to develop district cooling projects in Sharjah

Partnership deal was signed off by Bee'ah Group CEO Khaled Al Huraimel and Tabreed CEO Bader Saeed Al Lamki.

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District cooling relies on a centralised cooling plant that provides cooling to buildings within its grid.
District cooling relies on a centralised cooling plant that provides cooling to buildings within its grid.

Bee’ah and Tabreed will explore the development of large-scale district cooling projects in Sharjah.

The partnership deal was signed off by Bee'ah Group CEO Khaled Al Huraimel and Tabreed CEO Bader Saeed Al Lamki.

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Al Huraimel said: "Bee’ah has made significant investments in sustainability and infrastructure in Sharjah to date.

“Our partnership with Tabreed is a further illustration of our continued commitment to seek new solutions that are more sustainable and cost-competitive.”

District cooling relies on a centralised cooling plant that provides cooling to buildings within its grid.

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“The UAE faces extreme weather conditions, especially during the summer, but through new district cooling projects, we hope to tackle this issue through more energy-efficient measures,” added Al Huraimel.

"We are pleased to be partnering with Bee’ah to explore opportunities to bring reliable, sustainable and cost-efficient district cooling solutions to the emirate of Sharjah.

“Our strong core business, innovative technology, experienced team and structuring capabilities have made Tabreed the partner of choice, and we look forward to contributing to the continued growth and long-term sustainability of the emirate."

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