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RetrofitTech Abu Dhabi: Supporting Abu Dhabi’s retrofitting initiatives


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ifpinfo, 12 September 2017

Retrofitting buildings across the UAE has become a leading force behind energy efficiency initiatives across the Emirates, project owners will begin to lead retrofitting initiatives in commercial and residential buildings.

RetrofitTech Abu Dhabi is part of the RetrofitTech Series and will be held on 11-12 December 2017 in Abu Dhabi. The summit aims to provide the industry with an opportunity to come together and talk about the planned initiatives, projects, best practices and innovation in retrofitting of existing buildings.

Now is the perfect time to get involved in Abu Dhabi’s retrofitting market
In March 2017, the Tarsheed Programme under the Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA) and the Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC), was launched successfully.

The registration of Energy Services Company’s (ESCOs) has seen the announcement of a few approved ESCOs showing that the market is set to grow steadily.

Why take part in RetrofitTech Abu Dhabi summit?
Planners, designers and technology experts will share innovation in efficient cooling systems, lighting and water management.

RetrofitTech Abu Dhabi will gather government departments, municipalities, project owners, energy service companies, developers and technology experts who have a vested interest in reducing Abu Dhabi’s water and electricity consumption by 20%.

For further information about RetrofitTech Abu Dhabi, please visit or contact Jessica Bou Samra at .

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