Video: Tabreed's new CEO, Bader Al Lamki, talks about the company's planned entry into new markets

Just a few months in his role as CEO of Tabreed, Bader Saeed Al Lamki is very optimistic about the future of district cooling in the Middle East. He speaks to UME about his expansion plans in and outside the region and how Tabreed is leveraging advancements in technology to ramp up efficiency levels across its district cooling plants



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