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CEO, Empower, has discussions with President, ASHRAE

“The ASHRAE Winter Conference aims to review the most innovative energy-saving technologies and solutions that support sustainability,” says CEO, Empower

| | Jan 20, 2019 | 11:21 am
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Ahmad Bin Shafar, CEO, Empower, and Sheila Hayter, President, ASHRAE.

Dubai, UAE, 20 January 2019: Ahmad Bin Shafar, CEO, Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), the District Cooling services provider, discussed the latest developments in the District Cooling sector and various means for enhancing cooperation, with Sheila Hayter, President ASHRAE, and Jeff Littleton, Executive Vice President, ASHRAE, during their meeting at the ASHRAE Winter Conference and AHR Expo, the former company announced in a Press communiqué.

Empower participated in the Conference, which is the world’s largest gathering of the leading global cooling and air conditioning service providers and was held from 12 to 16 January, 2019, at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, the communiqué said.

Commenting on Empower’s presence at the conference, Bin Shafar said: “It’s our pleasure to meet the representatives of ASHRAE to exchange views on the challenges and difficulties facing the District Cooling sector and to find practical and advanced solutions for energy efficiency. The conference also aims to review the most innovative energy-saving technologies and solutions that support sustainability, by creating the required balance between economic development and the preservation of the environment.”

The communiqué said Bin Shafar commended Empower’s close relationship with ASHRAE, which is the global sustainability partner of several District Cooling companies. The communiqué further said Bin Shafar highlighted Empower’s commitment to offer all the necessary support to ASHRAE. The communiqué added that Empower has recently announced its support to ASHRAE in issuing the District Cooling Guide for Building Owners, as well as the updated edition of the District Cooling Guide, since both are excellent references for refrigeration professionals and researchers from around the world.


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