Similar to district heating (DH) systems, district cooling systems (DCS) were developed, where there was a convergence of several factors—aging building (customer) equipment; high density of load that could be connected effectively through a piping network; and the desire for higher efficiencies from an energy consumption standpoint, as well as other operational factors, including maintenance and improved availability. The earliest development was in the United States, with applications typically occurring in locations, such as universities, airports, healthcare campuses and, ultimately, central business districts of larger cities.
In this program you will learn :
The program provides you a multidiscipline understanding of District Cooling Systems. Program covers the Technology, Business Aspects, Project Implementation and Contractual Arrangements necessary for such systems.
The rapidly expanding and booming construction business in the Gulf and Africa has focused attention on the use of efficient district cooling systems for new developments. This program is intended for Developers, District Cooling System Providers, Government Agencies and Building Owners.
Program agenda is tentative, It will be customized to meet each participant group job-related needs :