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UAE’s Empower due to close syndicated loan Subscription Required

25 February 2014, 12:56 GMT | By Rebecca Spong

Financing to support acquisition of Palm Utilities

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District cooling in the Middle East feels the heat Subscription Required

Issue 43 22-28 October 2010 | By Verity Ratcliffe

Fledgling chilling industry struggles to overcome collapse in real estate sector and poor planning

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Empower total cooling capacity 2004-2012

Empower Subscription Required

14 May 2013, 11:35 GMT | By Andrew Roscoe

The district cooling provider plans to capitalise on the recovery in Dubai’s real estate sector

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Omar al-Wahaibi, CEO

Haya Water Subscription Required

2 February 2010, 7:20 GMT | By Elizabeth Bains

Established to drive the reuse of water in Muscat, the Omani company aims to become profitable by 2014.

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District cooling market to surge

10 October 2013, 14:00 GMT | By Andrew Roscoe

Increase in demand for cooling services will provide work for utility providers and financiers

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Reducing power consumption in Kuwait and the UAE Subscription Required

Issue No 20 14 - 20 May 2010

Utilities in Kuwait and the UAE have made progress in reducing peak demand, but tariff reform would have an even bigger impact

Power & Water 2010: Activity picks up as banks begin lending Subscription Required

Supplement: MEED Yearbook 2010 | By Karin Maree

Power and water schemes are getting under way as project financing slowly becomes available

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