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LG signs as Platinum Sponsor for regional HVAC Awards

The 5th edition of the Climate Control Awards to be held on November 23, to focus on the adoption and sustainability of an inter-connected approach in all assignments CPI Industry is pleased to announce that LG has come on board the Climate Control Awards initiative as Platinum Sponsors. An inter-connected, collaborative approach to projects is […]

| | Nov 15, 2015 | 10:06 am
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The 5th edition of the Climate Control Awards to be held on November 23, to focus on the adoption and sustainability of an inter-connected approach in all assignments

CPI Industry is pleased to announce that LG has come on board the Climate Control Awards initiative as Platinum Sponsors.

An inter-connected, collaborative approach to projects is at the core of the evaluation exercise of the 2015 Climate Control Awards. Organised by CPI Industry, publishers of Climate Control Middle Eastmagazine, the fifth edition of the recognition ceremony will be held on 23 November, 2015, at the Godolphin Ballroom in Dubai’s Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

The philosophy behind the theme of inter-connectedness is the critical need for the HVACR industry to work as a cohesive unit towards achieving specific goals, including mitigating climate change, ushering in energy efficiency, conserving the earth’s resources, better reliability, good indoor environmental quality, food safety, food security, ease of installation, and best practices in operation and maintenance.

“With the UN Climate Change Summit in Paris just days away, and with some high-profile climatologists clearly stating that failure to arrive at a resolution in talks is not an option, the need for mitigating climate change has been pushed to the forefront like never before, and integral in that is the issue of refrigerants,” said B Surendar, the Editorial Director & Associate Publisher of CPI Industry. “The Awards theme of inter-connectedness is aligned to the objectives of the Paris meeting, because only a strong, collaborative approach among all HVACR and construction industry stakeholders will lead to better building performance, in terms of curbing energy consumption.”

 


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