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Improving commercial, residential and industrial cooling through sustainable and energy-efficient advancements

While there is a global consensus driving concerted efforts towards sustainability and eco-friendly policies, 94% of total primary energy consumption in Egypt comes from fossil fuels. On top of that, electricity prices in the country have risen by up to 40% over the past few months.

As 70% - 80% of building energy bills are going to HVAC systems and maintenance, it has become crucial for contractors and developers to take steps toward fixing those pressing issues when designing the next generation of buildings.

The 3rd HVAC Egypt Summit taking place from 6-7 November in Cairo, Egypt, will gather heads of HVAC, mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), procurement maintenance and construction from government, development, consulting and engineering firms to address their challenges in achieving cool yet energy-efficient buildings in a cost-effective way.

Why you should attend?

Find out about latest available technologies to optimise energy consumption without compromising on unit efficiency

Gain insights into optimising compressor performance

Learn how to drive energy efficiency by using VRF and inverter technology

Discover best practices when replacing polluting refrigerants with low GWP equivalents

Who should attend?

Heads of:

 

HVAC

 

Mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP)

 

Contracts, estimation and procurement

 

Maintenance/facilities/construction

 

Infrastructure planning

 

Mechanical engineering sustainability

From the following industries:

 

Government organisations

 

Government associations

 

Academia

 

Developers

 

Consultants

 

MEP contractors

 

Engineering firms

Early confirmed 2017 sponsors include:

Gold Sponsors
Gold Sponsors
Associate Sponsors
Associate Sponsors