Dubai, UAE, 17 January 2019: Eurovent Middle East announced the first event of the year in its ‘HVACR Leadership Workshops’ series, through a Press communiqué. The workshop will focus on cost savings within the food cold chain and will take place on January 28, 2019, from 18:00 to 21:00, at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre, the communiqué said. The non-commercial, free-of-charge seminar will see leading industry experts in this field elaborate on key technologies and strategies to reduce energy consumption in the food cold chain, the communiqué further said.
According to Eurovent Middle East, seminar topics of the upcoming workshop include:
- Food retail stores: A focus on energy efficient refrigeration
- How Air Curtains can be used to reduce thermal energy losses in the retail sector
- Energy savings through the enterprise management platform
- Doing more with less: Smart stores and energy efficiency
- Case studies on air conditioning and refrigeration for retrofits in the retail sector
The individual topics will be followed by a feedback session and discussion, where participants are invited to discuss any issues related to energy savings within the retail sector, the communiqué said. The topics include:
- CO2 and Ammonia as alternative refrigerants
- Frequently faced challenges and solutions in the food cold chain
- Current trends in food cold chain technologies and innovations moving forward
Mr John Austin-Davies, keynote speaker of the workshop, said: “Optimising energy efficiency is a key cost-saving focus for food retail store operators. I look forward to presenting technologies that result in innovations that do exactly this. Energy saving is one key component of a system with lowest environmental impact, natural refrigerants is the other and it is now possible to use this efficiently in very hot climates too.”
According to Eurovent Middle East, prospective participants can register for the workshop titled ‘Reducing the Energy Bill’ at www.eurovent.me. The communiqué said participation is limited to 100 people and tickets will be issued on a first-come-first-served basis. The communiqué further said that the event is free-of-charge and includes a buffet dinner.