The awards were presented at a gala dinner ceremony as part of the seventh edition of The Climate Control Conference held in Doha. This year’s Climate Control Conference focused on district cooling, bringing together experts in the district cooling community, the energy and water sectors, and the finance industry to lay the groundwork for the implementation of the cooling technology with respect to regulations, sustainable use of water, end user aspirations, and using carbon credit as a source of finance.
The District Cooling Awards are intended to recognize and honor the businesses in the Qatari peninsula that effectively and substantially meet district cooling challenges and contribute to the growth, development, and well-being of district cooling in the country.
“Congratulations to the Energy International team for their key role in helping Tower Tech win the Recognition Honors award for Manufacturer (Cooling Towers),” said Dan Coday, sales manager – international. “We are pleased that the jury can see that Tower Tech’s cooling tower technology can play a major role in implementing energy-efficient district cooling systems in Qatar.”
Tower Tech said its cooling towers are designed to reduce installation time and costs, environmental impact, operating costs, and tower maintenance. Design features include: modularity; non-corrosive construction; variable flow technology; built-in redundancy; low legionella risk; and low sand/dust entrapment. Energy International’s nine offices in the Middle East sell and support Tower Tech cooling towers.
Tower Tech is based in Oklahoma City. For more information, visit www.towertechinc.com.
Publication date: 11/4/2013