The fifth annual Middle East District Cooling Summit is set to be held on November 26-28 under the patronage of HE Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada, the Minister of Energy & Industry and CMD of QP, at Grand Hyatt Doha.
The event is expected to highlight facts that will shatter certain myths about district cooling and confirm the belief of industry experts that the technology will play an indispensable role in sustainable
development in the future.
During the event, speakers and participants will exchange facts and information on the latest developments in district cooling technologies.
“The global community, specifically through the United Nations, including GCC countries, has put sustainable development as the most important challenge facing humanity,” said George Berbari, the summit chairman and chief executive officer of DC Pro Engineering. “With a big drive and top priority given to the combined production of electric power generation, cooling and heating energy or tri-generation, district cooling presents itself as the ideal industry to respond to the future challenges of integrated tri-generation
Among the key topics and products to be discussed at the summit are: “Government regulations with DC-based approaches in GCC countries”, “energy conservation through employment of district cooling”, “integration of green building solutions for efficient district cooling”, “is tri-generation an answer to DC in Qatar?” and “the future of solar cooling”.
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