District Cooling Overview -arabic
-District cooling is an essential utility for sustainable economic and urban development.
-In its simplest form, district cooling is the production and distribution of chilled water from a central source to facilitate air conditioning. This is done by producing chilled water at a central plant and then piping the water to customers through an underground insulated pipes network.
-District cooling is suitable for large-scale, high density developments such as downtown business districts, airports, military bases, university campuses, residential towers and commercial establishments.
-Depending on availability, district cooling plants can utilize a variety of conventional fuels such as coal, oil or natural gas. They can also be converted to use renewable fuels such as solar energy, and combined heat and power.