Al Hamra cuts cooling consumption charges for residents

“We have been diligently working towards upgrading our communities’ cooling infrastructure to optimize operations."

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Al Hamra has announced a reduction in the cooling consumption charges for residents. 

In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic and as part of Al Hamra’s continuous efforts to support the UAE community and provide cost effective services to its residents, Al Hamra is reducing the cooling consumption charges from 0.28 AED/kwh to 0.22 AED/kwh.

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Occupants at Bayti villas, The Royal Breeze Residences, The Marina Apartments, The Golf Apartments and Bab al Bahr Residences are set to benefit from the scheme. 

Residents will see an estimated reduction of up to 20% in their cooling consumption charges and it will be reflected on all utility invoices issued from April 2020 onwards.

Benoy Kurien, Group CEO of Al Hamra, said: “We have been diligently working towards upgrading our communities’ cooling infrastructure to optimize operations and help our residents achieve additional savings on utility bills.

"With this reduction, residents’ chillers bills would be 9% to 20% lower than similar communities across the UAE. Further, we understand the predicament faced by all during the current crisis and we are committed more than ever, to stand firmly by our valued partners to overcome this challenging situation together.

"We have taken all necessary measures and precautions to curtail the spread of the Covid-19 virus and the health, wellbeing and comfort of our residents remain our top priority. We will continue to work in alignment with the government to safeguard public health and help ease the financial burden of our residents.”

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