Register now for the International District Cooling & Heating Conference

  • Euroheat & Power News
  • 27 July 2017

If you’re planning on attending the International District Cooling & Heating Conference, then hop on over to the registration page right now and register!  You only have until Thursday, 31st August  – to  take advantage of the early-bird rate!


And if you haven’t yet decided to attend the most important District Cooling and Heating conference of the year in the Middle East, read on to see why this is one conference you can’t afford to miss.


The conference will feature the Global District Energy Climate Awards ceremony and presentations of the 5 winning schemes.


In addition, the conference also offers several Breakout Sessions on topics such as:

  • Regulation and practice: issues, solutions, opportunities
  • District Heating and Cooling: Fundamental Concepts
  • DHC best practices and benchmarking
  • Consumers tariffs and markets
  • Standardisation and quality control
  • Resource efficiency under Montreal Protocol
  • Operations & Maintenance: shared challenges


There will also be some exhibition opportunities and plenty of time for networking with your peers to make new connections and reconnect with old friends. You can learn more by checking out our Schedule at a Glance.


Think about it. This is the only event this year in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council countries) dedicated to advancing the knowledge and education of district cooling and heating professionals. So click here to register today to take advantage of the early bird rate for one of the most informative conferences you will attend this autumn!


Global District Energy Climate Awards – Donation


Make a Donation! Your donation goes directly to the work of the Global District Energy Climate Awards to fund its activities and programmes.  The Global District Energy Climate Awards is a not-for-profit initiative. DONATE with Paypal.


Long term commitment: Platinum, premier and major donors are making significant investments in the advancement of District Energy and Climate Action. These contributions fund specific programmes, such as the awards and its ceremony. All linked activities are organised on a not-for-profit basis and any positive result will be used for further District Energy educational activities, agreed jointly by the Global District Energy Climate Award chairman and members of the evaluation panel.

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