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Cooling processes account for the biggest source of energy consumption in Singapore’s buildings. Within the building cooling system, cooling towers also require a significant amount of water in their processes.
For Singapore to meet its 2030 green building targets, as well as to help ensure the longevity of a crucial strategic resource, it is highly important to improve the energy and water efficiency of cooling towers.
In line with Singapore’s Year of Climate Action, The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) will bring together experts to address challenges in the industry and discuss technological solutions for cooling towers to enhance building sustainability.
Join us to find out the possibilities of using technology in cooling towers to minimise the use of water, energy and chemicals while eliminating microbial contamination to ensure high indoor air quality. The seminar will also cover latest cooling tower standards, design and optimisation tips and methods in enhancing energy efficiency and sustainability of cooling systems.
This seminar is designed for building owners, mechanical or electrical engineers, environmental sustainability design consultants, facility managers, equipment suppliers, water treatment operators, testing & certification professionals, R&D personnel or academics in this field.
For more information or to register, visit http://bit.ly/2NWMsqg.