4th Annual Middle East District Cooling Summit opens in Doha
- Qatar: Sunday, November 25 - 2012 at 16:42
- PRESS RELEASE
The 4th Annual Middle East DC (District Cooling) Summit has been officially inaugurated, as more than 200 delegates gather to learn of the latest District Cooling (DC) Technologies, Regulations, Opportunities, technological solutions in the GCC utilities sector.
In total, the 4th Annual Middle East DC (District Cooling) Summit hosted by Fleming Gulf Utilities Division is a host to, 35 regional and international DC experts to discuss DC technologies, solutions and trends. The three-day summit features 20 presentations, 4 panel discussions and a business networking session, before culminating with half-day post conference workshops on the final day.
Salah Nezar, Sustainability Director, Qatar Project Management and Co-Chairman of the summit, said in his opening speech, "This year the district cooling business in Qatar is going to make a fundamental transformation towards a more regulated industry. This transformation will open the doors for a lot of opportunities for a more mature development of a centralized cooling solution engaging more parties."
The summit on Day One was closed with a panel discussion on "Executing a cost effective and in time District Cooling Plant - Contractors Role" with panelists Pradeep Saxena the General Manager of Transgulf International Electromechanical W.L.L, Nidal Salameh, Managing Director, MACE Qatar and Khalil Issa, Managing Director, ADC Energy Systems, UAE. The exhibition floor was buzzing with revolutionary DC technologies represented by global players.
Day 2 of the summit will see presentaions from company like Saudi Tabreed District Cooling Company, Landis+Gyr, Saia-Burgess Controls Ltd, IGEL Electric GmbH, Torque, Sterling And Wilson Ltd, Dynergy Technologies, SPIG Middle East Operations and Nalco Gulf LTD. The summit will end when Qatar's premier Multi-Utility company, Marafeq Qatar will take the charge of the Day 3 workshop themed under 'Distribution Network—Designing today for Future Commissioning'.
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