Bee’ah, Tabreed collaborate to set up district cooling projects in Sharjah
Partnership aims to increase the use of district cooling solutions within some of the largest projects in Sharjah
UAE’s integrated environmental, recycling, and waste management firm Bee’ah and Dubai Financial Market-listed (DFM) National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed) ink a partnership agreement to develop large-scale district cooling projects in locations across Sharjah, the UAE’s cultural capital.
The partnership was signed today by Khaled Al Huraimel, Group CEO of Bee'ah, and Bader Saeed Al Lamki, CEO of Tabreed. Under the agreement, Bee’ah and Tabreed will develop potential district cooling projects at locations across Sharjah.
Bee’ah said that district cooling was more environmentally friendly and cost-effective than traditional space cooling methods and falls in line with its vision to drive a more sustainable quality of life.
Speaking on the contract win, group chief executive officer of Bee’ah, Khaled Al Huraimel, said: “Bee’ah has made significant investments in sustainability and infrastructure in Sharjah to date.
“The UAE faces extreme weather conditions, especially during summer, but through new district cooling projects, we hope to tackle this issue through more energy-efficient measures.”
Meanwhile, CEO of Tabreed, Bader Al Lamki said: “Our strong core business, innovative technology, experienced team and structuring capabilities have made Tabreed the partner of choice, and we look forward to contributing to the continued growth and long-term sustainability of the Emirate.”
Furthermore, the company added that the partnership between the two companies have been designed to increase the use of energy efficient district cooling solutions within some of the largest projects in Sharjah.