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Power security through district cooling and cogeneration systems

The Climate Control Conference (C3) 2011

| | Jul 30, 2011 | 4:08 pm
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POWER SECURITY: deploying district cooling and cogeneration

The Climate Control Conference (C3) 2011
16th – 17th October – Sofitel, Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

While significant progress has been made in district cooling and cogeneration systems in the Kingdom and in the rest of the GCC, the stories of success need to be articulated to a wider audience, including key decision-makers, so that these systems find favour all over the Kingdom. Simply put, securing the nation’s power needs through a sustainable and long-term approach has as much to do with communicating and sharing key data, facts and models. And that is what The Climate Control Conference (C3) hopes to achieve.

C3 is a key offshoot of Climate Control Middle East. The magazine, as well as C3, enjoy the support and goodwill of a vast network of industry professionals. The two also tremendously benefit from a wealth of key knowledge and information gathered over the years covering the industry. C3 will leverage on this to produce a focused platform for discussion. Through case studies, presentations, panel discussions and audience interactions, participants will develop and formulate key strategies that will further the cause of district cooling and cogeneration.

For more info on the event visit : www.ccube.org

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