Dear Valued Customer
As a precaution to our customers, employees, and visitors considering the current Coronavirus situation, Qatar Cool’s Offices in both West Bay and The Pearl Qatar will be temporarily closed.
We would like to assure you that the closure of our offices will not affect Qatar Cool’s service, we will conduct business as usual during this time.
During the closure we will operate from alternative locations, other than Qatar Cool premises.
To contact Qatar Cool during this time please reach out directly via email should you know the contact persons details. If you are unsure of the contact person, please visit our websites ‘contact us’ page.
We would like to advise our customers whom did not receive a copy of their cooling bill to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Within the email please state the property details and email address to where we can send a copy of the cooling bill.
Updates on the re-opening of our offices can be found on our website’s ‘home’ page.
We thank you for your understanding during this time and look forward to welcoming you back to our office in due course.
Qatar Cool is one of the leading district cooling company's in the Middle East
Qatar District Cooling Company (Qatar Cool) was incorporated in November 2003 as a Qatari Closed Stock Company. The Company’s founding shareholders are the United Development Company PSC (UDC) of Qatar (51%) and the National District Cooling Company (Tabreed) of the United Arab Emirates (44%) and other local prominent shareholders (5%).
Qatar Cool is the leading district cooling company’s in Qatar. Since its inception, Qatar Cool has aimed for operational excellence in every aspect of its business. Over the past 15 years, the company has developed solid technical and operational experience and has refined its approach on both business-to-business…
District cooling entails the production and circulation of chilled water to multiple buildings through a network of insulated underground pipes. Cooled water is pumped from the central plant through the pre-insulated underground pipes linked to the building connections, which is called a Energy Transfer Station (ETS). In the ETS, the coolness of the chilled water is used to chill down the water of the building through a Plate Heat Exchanger (PHE).… Read More