Dubai, UAE: Regulators from across the GCC region will be participating in key discussions relating to the certification of VRF systems at the 5th Annual Middle East VRF Conference, on March 27 in Dubai. They will be joined by Andrea Voigt, Director General of The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), to discuss the SEER based approach in Europe, and its inherent benefits.
Set against the backdrop of manufacturers having to cope with an increased pressure to reduce power consumption and adhere to energy-related regulations, the conference, produced by CPI Industry, aims to discuss how these regulations sit with the VRF Industry and if there is a move to adopt the SEER approach to measuring the performance of VRF systems. The conference will focus on VRF technology from three main perspectives – contractors, consultants and developers – and look to address challenges faced by these sectors and expectations from the VRF systems manufacturers.
“Following the confirmation of participation from the regulation bodies, there is heightened anticipation of being able to receive greater clarity on the certification process,” said B Surendar, the Editorial Director & Associate Publisher of CPI Industry. “Naturally, there is much to look forward to.”
Besides regulators, the conference will host developers, consultants and contractors. KEO International Consultants, AESG and 3e Advisory Services are just three among others that have confirmed participation.
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