(PRWEB) October 23, 2013
Tower Tech Inc., manufacturer of the world’s most efficient cooling tower, has teamed up with Energy International Corporation (EIC), a leading supplier of HVAC equipment to the Middle East to win the Recognition Honors award for Manufacturer (Cooling Towers) at the 1st Annual District Cooling Awards held on October 7, 2013 at the Grand Hyatt in Doha, Qatar.
The awards, produced by CPI Industries, publishers of Climate Control Middle East magazine, were presented at a gala dinner ceremony as part of the 7th Edition of The Climate Control Conference held on October 6 – 7, in Doha.
This year’s Climate Control Conference focused on district cooling, bringing together the best minds of the district cooling community, the energy and water sectors, and the finance industry to lay the groundwork for the implementation of the cooling technology of the future with respect to regulations, sustainable use of water, end-user aspirations and using carbon credit as a source of finance.
B Surendar, Editorial Director and Publisher of CPI Industries says, “District cooling is acknowledged as having the potential to play a significant role in reducing domestic energy demand and as contributing to climate change mitigation efforts.”
Surendar said that the implementation of district cooling will face a number of challenges moving forward. The District Cooling Awards are intended to recognize and honor the businesses in the Qatari peninsula that effectively and substantially meet these challenges and contribute to the growth, development and well-being of district cooling in the country.
The jury of industry professionals was supported by the auditing firm KPMG which has worked closely with CPI Industry in the past few years to conduct the highly-acclaimed Climate Control Awards. KPMG was responsible for monitoring the entire process to ensure credibility and an adherence to metrics and merit.
“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’s patented, modular design is the lowest life-cycle cost cooling tower on the planet, and the preferred cooling tower of discriminating, long-term owner operators.
Tower Tech’s innovative technology is proven to reduce energy usage and help to extend the life of the chiller, a critical and expensive component of district cooling systems. Tower Tech towers also conserve water, reduce chemical demand, and eliminate routine mechanical maintenance.
About Tower Tech, Inc.
Tower Tech, Inc., based in Oklahoma City, USA manufactures innovative modular cooling towers.
Tower Tech towers are designed to reduce installation time and costs, environmental impact, operating costs, and tower maintenance. Design features include: variable flow technology; low Legionella risk; TSE friendly; non-corrosive construction; built in redundancy; modularity; and low sand/dust entrapment. Energy International’s 9 offices in the Middle East sell and support Tower Tech towers.
Tower Tech's products are used worldwide for comfort cooling, industrial processes, and power generation. Tower Tech's revolutionary cooling towers have been recognized by environmental advocacy groups for their ability to conserve energy and water. For more information, visit the Tower Tech web site at http://www.towertechinc.com.
About Energy International Corporation
Energy International Corporation (EIC) is a world leader in industrial design, supply, installation, operation and maintenance of electro-mechanical controls for aviation parking and transportation systems. The company supplies electrical, mechanical, HVAC and electro-mechanical equipment to contractors, consultants, municipalities, government agencies, airport and seaport authorities along with end users and original equipment manufacturers.
Established in 1979 to service the HVAC industry, EIC is headquartered in Canton, Michigan with key regional offices in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, United Arab Emirate (UAE); Doha, Qatar; Beirut, Lebanon; Amman, Jordan and Surrey, United Kingdom, with more than 175 employees worldwide. The company also operates a manufacturing facility in Sharjah, UAE. For more information, visit the EIC web site at http://www.energyintl.com.