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Bader Al Lamki: 2020 will be a very important year for Tabreed

Construction Week Online Summary Dubai Financial Market-listed (DFM) National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed) had a stellar 2019, as the company posted a 3.1% spike in its net profit to $89.6m (AED329.1m) during the first nine months of 2019, compared to the same period in 2018. The Abu...


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Tabreed acquires Masdar City's 69,000RT district cooling plants

Construction Week Online Summary UAE’s district cooling developer National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed) has acquired Masdar City’s district cooling plants and concession with a total capacity of nearly 69,000RT. The plants provide cooling services to more than 2.7km2 of sustainable...


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Bee’ah Partners with Tabreed to Develop District Cooling Plants in Sharjah

ME Construction News Summary Bee’ah has signed a partnership agreement with the National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed) to explore the development of large-scale district cooling projects in Sharjah. The agreement was signed during the World Future Energy Summit, held in Abu Dhabi and...


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UAE’s Tabreed eyes new deals amid GCC expansion push

The National Summary The National Central Cooling Company, also known as Tabreed, is looking to expand its presence in the Gulf markets, particularly Saudi Arabia, through acquisitions or new projects to boost growth, its chief executive said. Tabreed, listed on the Dubai Financial Market...


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Video: Abu Dhabi's Tabreed CEO Bader Al Lamki on growth plans

Arabian Business Summary Just a few months in his role as CEO of National Central Cooling Company PJSC (Tabreed), Bader Saeed Al Lamki is very optimistic about the future of district cooling in the Middle East. He speaks to Arabian Business sister publication Utilities Middle East about...


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Tabreed's New CEO, Bader Al Lamki, Talks About The Company's Planned Entry Into New Markets

Middle East Utilities Summary Just a few months in his role as CEO of Tabreed, Bader Saeed Al Lamki is very optimistic about the future of district cooling in the Middle East. He speaks to UME about his expansion plans in and outside the region and how Tabreed is leveraging advancements in...


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Decades-Old Technology Offers a Greener Way to Cool Buildings

Will Mathis, Bloomberg Summary Four decades after it supplied its last coal to the Netherlands, a shuttered mine near the German border is feeding low-emission air conditioning to homes nearby. The cooling system collects some of the millions of gallons of water held in flooded mine shafts...


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Tabreed showcases key district cooling solutions at UN summit

GDN Online Summary The National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed) played a key role at the United Nations Climate Action Summit 2019 and related side events held recently in New York City, US. The summit brought together international stakeholders from the public and private sectors under...


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GCC's Cooling Giant Aims Higher

Baset Asaba, Middle East Utilities Summary With over 20 years of successful regional experience, Tabreed has pioneered district cooling in the UAE and across the GCC, successfully delivering a number of iconic projects that have set the standard for the industry. In April, Tabreed appointed...


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In Support of Climate Action, Cool Coalition Partners Announce Huge Push on Efficient, Climate-friendly Cooling

UN Environment Summary As the world gathered for the Climate Action Summit today, partners of the Cool Coalition announced major new commitments on efficient, climate-friendly cooling which can make a huge positive impact on climate change, help achieve sustainable development and save...