District cooling has been identified as one of the key measures in which the Emirate can optimize the use of energy resources while providing comfort and convenience to its people.
The UAE and other GCC governments are committed to promoting district cooling to reduce their dependence on conventional cooling systems which consume more energy, according to Dubai’s State of Energy Report 2014.
District Cooling has proven itself as the leading choice of cooling technologies for large developments and projects in the Middle East. While speculations suggest that the initial setting up costs maybe higher to conventional cooling, the long term benefits and costs outweigh the initial capital investments.
Fleming Gulf’s 2nd Annual DC (District Cooling) Stakeholders Summit which is scheduled between 5- 6 May 2014 at The Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai, will bring together experienced speakers and stakeholders from the region to discuss the challenges, new improved technologies and future opportunities for District Cooling in UAE.
DC industry veterans such as Adib Moubadder – Managing Director, Emicool, George Berbari - Chief Executive Officer, DC Pro Engineering, Khalil Issa – ADC Energy Systems, Jeffrey Willis - Co-Vice Chairman, Emirates Green Building Council along with other senior officials will also orate on the need and further development of District Cooling in the region.
Sponsors of the summit -Emicool, Broad International, Lakos, Rentech, NTCC, Kurary and Chiller Oy will showcase their solutions that have shown improved results in projects deployed on a regional and global scale.
With more than 100 expected participants, the 2014 summit aims to ramp up discussions on the adoption of District Cooling as the imperative cooling utility business model that will secure and safeguard the UAE’s electricity and water challenges.
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