International District Cooling & Heating Conference

24Oct 2017

Events Name: International District Cooling & Heating Conference

Date: 24-25 October 2017

Description: District Cooling and Heating: The solution for a feverish planet

The International District Cooling and Heating Conference is an international conference that will discuss key issues to accelerate the development of District Energy to help ensuring that District Energy fulfills its enormous potential. The event will also include the Global District Energy Climate Awards which have offered visibility and recognition to the many communities, cities and campuses around the world that have embraced District Energy as a vital part of their sustainability planning.

Where:
Ritz-Carlton Hotel Doha
West Bay Lagoon
West Bay Lagoon Doha
Qatar

Website: www.idchc.qa

Contacts: Euroheat & Power communciations@euroheat.org +32 (0)2 740 21 10

 

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 Doha, Qatar     24/10 - 25/10/2017
Moderated by : Sylvain Bosquet

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