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Technical and Economic Evaluation of District Cooling System as Low Carbon Alternative in Kuala Lumpur City
Chemical Engineering Transactions
Kuala Lumpur (KL) city which has started its initiatives to become one of the low carbon cities in Malaysia, has the potential of implementing District Cooling System (DCS) in its existing energy system. Nowadays, most office buildings in Malaysia are utilising the conventional air-conditioning at each individual premise for space cooling purpose. In the development into a low carbon city, DCS could replace the conventional air-conditioners as it is more energy-efficient and subsequentlydoi:10.3303/cet1756089 doaj:73227b0b3bbc42deaf1add67892f985b fatcat:7x55tdsobfhqphh32divbui4la