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2013.01.15

Energy leaders urge for greater investments in renewables an

14 January 2013 Dhabi, UAE Today, during the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), energy and finance leaders met to discuss ways to encourage greater private sector investment in renewable energy and low-carbon, climate friendly projects as a tactic to mitigate climate change and diversify the global energy mix.   Specifically, leaders focused on the growing opportunities for sovereign wealt...

2013.01.01

Zamil buys Indian coil company, reduces interests in Geoclim

January 3, 2013 SAUDI ARABIA: Zamil Industrial, the Saudi-based manufacturing company and leading air conditioning producer, has acquired the Indian coil manufacturer Advantec and reduced its sharehol...

2013.01.02

Energy policies can strengthen economies of Middle East and

Bastakiya ’s old merchant quarter in Dubai, where buildings use the traditional windcatcher cooling design. Increasingly the region can also use energy efficiency and renewables to capitalise on abund...

2012.12.05

Ministers from 25 Nations Commit to Scaling Up Voluntary Act

Dec 6, 2012 Doha (Qatar), 6 December 2012 - Six new countries today joined an international effort aimed at fast action on reducing black carbon, methane, some hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) and other short-lived climate pollutants (SCLPs). The announcement by Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, the Maldives, the Netherlands and the Republic of Korea brings to almost 50 the number of partners in ...

2012.12.05

Danfoss Wins Climate Control Award 2012

14 December 2012 It was a proud moment for Danfoss, as we received the Climate Control award for the second consecutive year.   The award was given by the leading HVACR trade publication, Climate...

2012.12.02

Strengthening national refrigeration & air-conditioning (RAC

27 November 2012 -- Casale Monferrato: The Italian Centro Studi Galileo, the European Association of Refrigeration, Air-conditioning and Heat Pump Contractors (AREA) and the United Nations Environment...

2012.11.27

2.9.4 Qatar

Qatar’s market size for chillers was US$ 47.1 million in 2011, a substantial decrease of 17.1% compared with US$ 56.8 million in 2010. Its centrifugal chiller segment saw a big decrease of 32.1% from ...

2012.11.27

2.9.3 Iran

Following Saudi Arabia, Iran had the next largest chiller market of the five countries. Its market size for chillers was US$ 176.8 million in 2011, a substantial 16.9% increase compared with US$ 151.3 million in 2010. Absorption chillers in Iran accounted for more than 90% of the total absorption chiller market of the five countries. Centrifugal chillers are virtually nonexistent within Iran. Reci...

2012.11.27

2.9.2 UAE

Dubai has enjoyed high levels of investment from Europe, and the economic recession in the EU has caused this investment to decline. One visible effect is the large number of buildings under construction that now stand unfinished. In contrast to Dubai, neighboring Abu Dhabi is seeing a construction boom, with an increasing number of workers leaving Dubai for jobs in Abu Dhabi.   The total siz...