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District Cooling

District Cooling

According to the International Energy Agency, cooling accounts for 10% of global electricity consumption and demand is expected to triple by 2050. In the GCC, cooling is an essential means to survival with air conditioning and refrigeration used for primary living conditions, food security and healthcare. It is important that enterprises switch to innovative technical and financial solutions in order to increase efficiency and accelerate the adoption of clean cooling systems.

Our District Cooling offering allows our customers to access a clean and energy-efficient cooling solution without any upfront investments. With CaaS, you leverage an innovative and scalable financial instrument that allows you to reap the benefits of energy-efficient cooling technologies without the need for upfront investments. In other words, you only pay for the cooling you consume, while we take responsibility for designing, financing, installing, operating and maintaining the most energy-efficient cooling system.

Our expertise in plant maintenance, asset performance, and longevity ensures that the plant efficiency is maintained throughout the asset lifecycle resulting in a reliable and sustainable cooling solution. This will ultimately reflect as a cost-saving throughout the service contract. CaaS simply eliminates CapEx, by transferring all the costs to OpEx in the form of payments against service delivery with agreed set KPIs.

How does District Cooling work?

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Assess customer’s needs

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Sign CaaS contract

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Install operte & maintain

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Make monthly payments

Our leading position

N °1

Cooling network in the world

100 +

Cooling networks operating worldwide

Key benefits

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Eliminate Upfront Investment

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Pay per Unit of Cooling Consumed

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Strengthen Incentive for Asset Life & Decarbonization

Are you ready to lead energy transition through reduced energy consumption and more energy-efficient solutions?