Creating a sustainable environment using advanced and energy-efficient HVAC advancements and systems

Back by popular demand, the 4th Annual HVAC Egypt Conference, taking place from 5-6 November 2018 in Cairo, Egypt, will once again be officially hosted by ASHRAE Cairo Chapter. The conference will gather heads of HVAC, MEP, procurement, maintenance, facility and various stakeholders affected or involved in deploying the most efficient and sustainable HVAC systems in their operations and brings together developers, consultants, contractors and solution providers to discuss best practices and learn the latest technologies available at their disposal.

With 94% of total energy consumption coming from fossil fuels in Egypt, there is an alarming need for more stringent, eco-friendly policies to drive sustainability and a more energy-efficient environment. Moreover, with 40% rise in Egypt’s electricity prices over the past few years, and HVAC bills covering over 75% of total energy bills, organisations are looking into the most eco-friendly and cost-efficient technologies that can be deployed to fix these pressing issues.

Join us at this not to miss summit and learn how you can enable an efficient ecosystem while driving your HVAC costs down!

Why you should attend?

Gain insights on how to drive energy efficiency across the entire HVAC life cycle using advanced VRF and invertor technologies

Discuss latest advancements and concepts surrounding sustainability and green energy

Understand and develop competencies on building designs, peak load factors and energy saving

Integrate legacy systems with latest technologies of IoT and smart chillers and ACs

Rub shoulders with regulators, solution providers, contractors and the rest of the HVAC community

Who should attend?

The 4th HVAC Egypt Conference brings together:

 

Heads of HVAC

 

Directors from Ministries of Energy, Housing and Environment

 

Heads of Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP)

 

Heads of Contracts, Estimation and Procurement

 

Heads of Maintenance

 

Heads of Facilities

 

Heads of Construction

 

Heads of Infrastructure Planning

 

Heads of Mechanical Engineering Sustainability

 

Heads of Materials

 

Heads of Environment

 

Heads of Residential Property

 

Heads of Commercial Property

From the following industries:

 

Government Organisations

 

MEP Contractors

 

HVAC System Providers

 

HVAC Service Providers

 

Engineering and Design Consultancy Organisations

 

Architectural Firms

 

Property Developers

 

Research Organisations

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