Mehak Srivastava, Construction Business News
The first central cooling plant serving the VIP Terminal in Aviation District, Dubai South, has officially begun its operations, following the inauguration ceremony led by Tahnoon Saif, CEO of Aviation District and Ismail Al Marzooqi, CEO of South Energy. The plant’s opening also witnessed the presence of senior executives from Johnson Controls, Claude Allain, VP and general manager Middle East and Africa and Dr Marcus Schumacher, VP and general manager Gulf Countries.
The plant provides highly efficient air-cooled variable speed drive York chillers which meet Dubai South’s goals of tapping advanced energy-efficient cooling solutions that optimizes its energy footprint.
Ismail Al Marzooqi, CEO, South Energy, said: “South Energy’s vision is set to continuously expand its capability to provide advanced sustainable energy-efficient cooling solutions for the rapidly expanding Dubai South project.”