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Analysis of the District Cooling Market in the Middle East Region Product Image

Analysis of the District Cooling Market in the Middle East Region

  • ID: 1053096
  • May 2009
  • Region: Middle East
  • 101 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan


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  • Palm District Cooling
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District Cooling Market in the Middle East Propelled by High Costs of Power

In a region where the temperature frequently exceeds 45 degree Celsius and air-conditioning requirements consume 70 percent of the power during peak electricity demand; district cooling is emerging as the most viable cooling solution in the Middle East. As power shortage is rampant in this region, the governments are turning to district cooling to cool buildings, as it is a less expensive and greener alternative to air conditioning. This solution can not only mitigate the power crisis in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, but also help reduce carbon footprints through increased energy efficiency and lower CO2 emissions. With greater involvement of the government, the market is expected to become more organized, populated, and competitive. Multinational companies will be attracted to this market due to the prospects presented by the investor-friendly laws, improved standards of living, and high disposable income, which has set off a retail boom in the region. With the GCC becoming home to the biggest shopping malls in the world, there is a distinct need for district cooling in not only the residential READ MORE >


  • Emicool
  • Empower
  • Palm District Cooling
  • Tabreed
  • MORE

-1. Executive Summary
--1.1 Summary
--1.2 Summary of Key Findings
--1.3 Market Snapshots

-2. Introduction
--2.1 District Cooling Industry Overview
--2.2 Background
--2.3 Research Scope
--2.4 Study Approach and Research Methodology
--2.5 Sample Plan

-3. Market Overview – Market Distribution
--3.1 Market Analysis- Geographic Distribution of the GCC Market for District Cooling Services
--3.2 Market Analysis – United Arab Emirates
--3.3 Market Analysis – Saudi Arabia
--3.4 Market Analysis – Qatar
--3.5 Market Analysis – Bahrain
--3.6 Market Analysis – Oman
--3.7 Market Analysis – Kuwait

-4. Market Overview – Market Dynamics
--4.1 Key Industry Challenges
--4.2 Mitigating Factors
--4.3 Market Drivers
--4.4 Market Restraints

-5. Market Revenue Analysis
--5.1 Revenue forecasts for the GCC
--5.2 Revenue forecasts for UAE
--5.3 Revenue forecasts for Saudi Arabia
--5.4 Revenue forecasts for Qatar
--5.5 Revenue forecasts for Bahrain
--5.6 Revenue forecasts for Oman
--5.7 Revenue forecasts for Kuwait

-6. Country Attractiveness

-7. Competitive Analysis
--7.1 Competitive Structure
--7.2 Market Share Analysis for the GCC
--7.3 Market Share – UAE
--7.4 Market Share – Saudi Arabia
--7.5 Market Share – Qatar
--7.6 Market Share – Bahrain
--7.7 Market Share – Oman and Kuwait

-8. End-user Analysis
--8.1 Opportunity Analysis
--8.2 Power-demand and Pricing Trends
--8.3 Real Estate Boom
--8.4 Environmental Concerns

-9. Regulatory Environment
--9.1 Future Prospects
--9.2 Business Model Analysis
--9.3 Alliances and Acquisitions
--9.4 Funding Patterns
--9.5 Water Availability
--9.6 Recommendations

-10. Company Profiles
--10.1 Tabreed
--10.2 Palm District Cooling
--10.3 Empower
--10.4 Emicool

-11. Econometrics
--11.1 Macroeconomic Environment of the GCC

-12. About Frost & Sullivan

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