Qatar Cool Hosts a Technical Presentation for the Qatar Society of Engineers
Qatar District Cooling Company, also known as Qatar Cool, a major district cooling company in the region, has its 50th tower operational in West Bay, amidst rapid growth in demand for its innovative and eco-friendly cooling solutions.
Qatar District Cooling Company also known as Qatar Cool, a major district cooling company in the region, hosted a technical presentation and dinner for the Qatar Society of Engineers, held at the Marriott Marquis City Centre Hotel, on the 25th November.
Qatar Society of Engineers (QSE) is a non- profit professional organization; it was established and registered in 2007 at the Ministry of Social Affairs, QSE aims to contribute towards the urban and industrial development in the country, and to encourage scientific and engineering research through publications, conferences, seminars, technical visits, technical competitions and exchange of information with other engineering societies and organizations.
Mr. Nahar Al Mutawah, Vice President of Operation and Services, presented ‘District Cooling in practice’ to the society of Engineers, commented, “Qatar Cool was honored to be approached by the Qatar Society of Engineers to host this event, it was a great privilege that we are able to share our collective knowledge and experience to such organizations here in Qatar, Qatar Cool regularly shows support and participates in corporate social responsibilities, working with the youth of Qatar, the society as a whole and charitable organizations within Qatar.”
Qatar Cool owns and operates three plants, two in the West Bay district, and one in the Pearl Qatar, where Qatar Cool operates the ’The Integrated District Cooling Plant’ (IDCP), which is the largest district cooling plant in the world. Qatar Cool has recently signed a contract for the construction of a fourth plant, which is the third in the West Bay district, to meet the growing demand for district cooling.
Nahar Al Mutawah, continued, “We pride ourselves on being the leading provider of district cooling in the region, and we are continuously finding innovative ways to improve not only our services and operations, but sustainable solutions for the environment, society and our customers, which is reflecting a positive impact in achieving the Qatar National Vision 2030”.
Nahar Al Mutawah highlighted in his presentation the importance of the buildings which receive the district cooling service, maintenance and preservation, as this directly impacts the cooling plant’s efficiency. Nahar presented statistics obtained from Qatar Cool’s customer base, which exceeds one hundred towers, villas, retail establishments.
Qatar Cool has won multiple international awards, including the Best District Cooling System in the World award 2014 from the International District Energy Association (IDEA). it was also recognized by Kahramaa’s ‘Tarsheed’, a national campaign to improve water and energy efficiency, for its energy conservation efforts in industrial buildings in Qatar. Most recently Qatar Cool was recognized and awarded the ‘Best District Cooling Utility Provider of the Year’ and the ‘Marketing Initiative of the Year’ award by the Climate Control awards, held in Dubai last week.