Asim Ansari of Airedale International Air Conditioning writes for Eurovent Middle East on the urgent need for more sustainable data centre cooling practices, how to optimise performance in the GCC region, and opportunities for free cooling in high-ambient conditions.
The year began with us feeling like we’re still at the height of the pandemic. Physically detached, with a significant number of us still working remotely through digital platforms. Vaccination drives are now well underway, and these efforts are certainly not in vain, as we see physical and hybrid meetings, events and conferences slowly resuming in the region with stringent safety protocols and social distancing measures in place.
Industry experts discuss the advantages presented by ISO 16890 as a reference standard for air filtration in general ventilation, the level of adoption in the Middle East and the urgent need to promote better practices and more stringent regulations to secure clean air for the future.
Henrietta Trippett, Climate Attaché British Embassy Riyadh, speaks to Eurovent Middle East on the role that sustainable cooling technologies play in meeting COP26 targets and provides an update on the programmes and multi-sectoral collaborations within Saudi Arabia aimed at driving more energy-efficient standards and practices…
Owing to COVID-19, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is now a hot topic all around the industry. The discussion, however, seems to be stagnating. Markus Lattner, Managing Director of Eurovent Middle East shares his opinion on this matter.