Summit to focus on district cooling solutions
Doha, September 9, 2013
Leading players in the district cooling sector will be showcasing their key solutions at a three-day exhibition being organised in Doha this November.
The 5th Annual Middle East District Cooling Summit is set to take place in the Qatari capital from November 26 to 28.
The region's most authoritative annual event on district cooling (DC) is organised by the Utilities Division of Fleming Gulf - one of the leading providers of business intelligence through industry specific conferences, webinars and skills enhancement training courses.
This year's edition includes a two-day conference programme that features industry leaders, case studies, interactive panel discussions, round tables, and a networking cocktail reception.
After the two-day conference, an intensive workshop programme will then be conducted comprising sessions that are based on hands-on activities and exercises.
The annual event will likewise have a three-day exhibition that will feature the latest technology offerings in the market from some of the world's leading providers of products and services in the district cooling sector.
Among the key topics and products to be discussed and showcased at the conference, workshop and exhibition are government regulations with DC based approaches in GCC countries, energy conservation, integration of green building solutions alternative water sources for efficient district cooling and project finance.
"Fleming Gulf is both proud and pleased to bring another edition of this prestigious and highly informative Middle East District Cooling Summit here in Doha for the benefit of countries across region," said Fleming Gulf division director for utilities and infrastructure Mathew Jones.
"This year's edition will surely prove beneficial as leading experts and technology providers from across the globe and the region are set to share and discuss the most up-to-date technology."-TradeArabia News Service
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