Energy Efficiency Ideas for HVAC Systems | Panel Discussion | Thermal Control Magazine

On December 12, 2023, from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM IST, the Thermal Control Business Update (TCBU) hosted a dynamic webinar titled “Energy Efficiency Ideas for HVAC Systems.” The event came at a critical time when the HVAC industry was increasingly recognized as a pivotal contributor to sustainable environmental solutions. The emphasis on energy efficiency was not just about environmental stewardship; it also aligned with economic advantages. The webinar underscored the HVAC industry’s vital role in forging a greener, more sustainable future. Energy-efficient HVAC systems were instrumental in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, thereby promoting a healthier planet. Beyond environmental benefits, these systems offered significant cost savings. They lowered energy consumption, translating to reduced utility bills for both residential and commercial users. This was a win-win situation, as it resulted in long-term financial gains and supported global environmental goals. Moreover, various governments and regulatory bodies around the world were incentivizing the adoption of energy-efficient HVAC systems, signaling a major shift towards more environmentally and economically sustainable practices. In that 90-minute interactive session, industry experts delved into the realm of HVAC energy efficiency. They discussed transformative opportunities in HVAC systems, including retrofitting, automation, and cutting-edge technologies and solutions. These innovations were key to driving cost savings and bolstering sustainability in the sector. The webinar was an opportunity for professionals and enthusiasts alike to gain insights into the latest trends and advancements in HVAC energy efficiency. PANELISTS Mr. Ajaz Kazi, Head – MEP, Reliance Industries Limited Dr. Vishal Garg, University Chair Professor, Plaksha University: “District cooling for thermal comfort in the residential sector.” Mr. Niraj Shukla, Director, Global HVAC Consultants: “Passive Design and O&M Strategies for HVAC Energy Efficiency” #Technology #IndustryAnalysis #management #Innovation #MarketReport #thermalcontrolmagazine

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