Utilities Middle East
South Energy, the energy solution’s arm of Dubai South, announced that it recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SP Group as part of its efforts to boost its district cooling capabilities by exploring key opportunities with the Singapore-based company. The agreement seeks to explore key opportunities through joint venture initiatives set to further enhance district cooling services in the region.
South Energy operates six central cooling plants in Dubai South which currently serves the VIP Terminal, Residential District, The Business Park and Sakany in Dubai’s flagship urban project, tapping advanced cooling solutions through its strategic partnership with service providers in the sector.
District cooling has been the preferred temperature control technology in the Middle East due to its highly energy-efficient model of providing cooling solutions to buildings, airports and other large-scale complexes.