ENGIE And Cyberview SDN BHD Will Build District Cooling System For New Hospital In Cyberjaya, Malaysia

By District Energy posted 17 days ago


Heleen Devos


The Ministry of Health of Malaysia (MOH) recently held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of the construction for a new hospital in Cyberjaya, the country’s technology hub. Slated to be operational by 2020, the state-of-the-art hospital will accommodate 288 beds on a 4.86-hectare land.

Located within the hospital land will be a District Cooling System (DCS) to provide self-sufficient, energy-efficient cooling for all the hospital buildings. ENGIE is partnering with Malaysia’s Pendinginan Megajana Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of tech hub enabler Cyberview Sdn Bhd, to build a DCS plant with a 1,600 RT peak load demand (5,627 kWr) which can meet 8,172 MWh of cooling energy required per year. The project would also include a Thermal Energy Storage tank to enable low operational costs and the production of chilled water at a competitive price. The DCS will be fully functioning by Q4 2020.

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