Empower pointed that district cooling is one of the fastest growing sustainable solutions that can considerably reduce power and water consumption.
This was one of the topics discussed during the World Future Energy Summit 2020 along with energy, solar energy, water, waste and smart cities.
During its participation in the 13th edition of World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, Empower explained that projects on energy efficiency, especially district cooling services, attract huge investments on yearly basis, considering the growing global trend towards adopting more green and sustainable systems and services.
Ahmad bin Shafar, CEO of Empower, said: “International trends are moving to provide a sustainable future and a green economy that is mainly dependent on eco-friendly services.
“Our participation in various local and international events and initiatives is crucial to build platforms to showcase innovative solutions that can address the growing global sustainability challenges.”
“District cooling systems are increasingly becoming a key element in planning and designing modern green buildings worldwide and in Dubai in particular, as one of the six energy efficiency accelerators set by the UN.”
Empower also stated that the company is working to improve and innovate a set of the latest technologies that could help to reduce energy and water consumption.
By using advanced artificial intelligence-powered systems for operating Thermal Energy Storage systems (TES) within its district cooling plants, the company promotes power efficiency during peak times, as well as monitor and control in and out flow of the cooling plants.
Empower also uses the advanced SCADA system that provides the ability to read two million data parameters from cooling towers, coolers, transformers and water supplies.
The company also utilises Treated Sewage Effluent (TSE) Technology that reduces the consumption of potable water and conserves natural resources for future generations.