Empower connects its district cooling service to 'One Za'abeel' with 9,600 RT

By District Energy posted 04-06-2021 12:29




Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), the world's largest district cooling services provider, announced that it has connected the iconic development 'One Za'abeel' to its district cooling network with serving a total of 9,600 refrigeration tons (RT). Empower stated that it has completed the connection process for both the towers of the project using advanced technologies, the Tower B was connected in November 2020 and the connection to the Tower A was completed last month. 

The new architectural marvel in Dubai is the latest addition to Empower's district cooling portfolio of extremely diverse clients and it strengthens Empower's global position at the forefront of district cooling providers, and reflects its pursuit towards achieving more goals by expanding the uses of environmentally friendly district cooling.

Centrally located and adjacent to the Dubai World Trade Centre, One Za'abeel is comprised of three key components, namely Towers A & B and 'The Link', one of the longest cantilevered structures in the world, which bridges the towers at a height of 100 meters. The project was connected to Empower network under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was signed in September 2018 by Ithraa Dubai and Empower, to supply 'One Za'abeel' with environmentally friendly district cooling services. 

"Empower's portfolio is very rich with world-unique architectural icons that benefit from our services. We have used modern technologies to provide this prestigious project with environmentally friendly district cooling services, and this reflects the continued success of our strategy to support the urban developments in the Emirate. One Za'abeel is an architectural edifice that highlights the absolute luxury of the hospitality sector with its ideal destinations for the thriving Dubai community and visitors looking for a unique experience", said Ahmad bin Shafar, CEO of Empower.

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