District-Cooling System: What, Why and How It Works?

District-Cooling System (“DCS”) is a single-source cooling system used in multiple buildings which provides flexibility and convenience by allowing each building to consume as much or as little cooling as needed regardless of chiller’s size or capacity. This single-source system is typically offered to many buildings for air conditioning or other purposes from a centralised cooling facility. In short, the DCS is a cooling plant that produces and distributes chilled water through a network of subterranean pipes to residential, commercial, and industrial facilities.

This article by Azmi & Associates details how DCS works, its main components, legal context and salient issues to be considered.

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