Empower Participates in ‘WETEX 2022’ as A Strategic Sponsor

Empower Participates in ‘WETEX 2022’ as A Strategic Sponsor

WETEX sheds light on the elements of sustainable development, green economy and the use of solar energy

Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), has announced its strategic sponsorship for the 24th edition of the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition ‘WETEX 2022’, scheduled between September 27 to 29 at Dubai World Trade Centre.

Empower’s sponsorship for the event stems from WETEX's role in boosting environmental protection as well as raising awareness on the importance of reducing energy and water consumption, the company said.

Innovative cooling solutions are to review during the event, which seeks to raise the public awareness on adopting energy-saving and environmentally friendly district cooling services and to show how advantageous it is to expand the scope of green buildings.

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The exhibition also aims to shed light on the elements of sustainable development, green economy, the use of solar energy and the challenges and opportunities existing in this promising sector.

The exhibition is a major platform which fosters integration of all segments of the energy sector, Ahmad Bin Shafar, CEO of Empower, said.

“Empower”, Bin Shafar added, “is keen to dynamically participate in various energy and environmental exhibitions and conferences in global level, particularly WETEX, in order to present the latest technologies and innovations in the field of district cooling solutions.

"This indeed supports the vision of our wise leadership that pays great attention to sustainability and the challenges of climate change which constitute a real obstacle to growth and prosperity.”

He also indicated that during the exhibition, the company will display a model of its latest environmentally friendly plant, which is of the new generation of district cooling plants, with high-level engineering designs and international standards.

According to Bin Shafar, demand on district cooling systems and services has risen significantly given the growing demand for sustainable and energy efficient products and services.

Bin Shafar also highlighted that the company’s strategy was quite successful in providing high-level and sustainable cooling services with the least energy consumption, hence, preserving the environment and protecting natural resources.

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