Beirut forum features top green energy firm
Safra, September 13, 2012
Phoenix Energy, a leading renewable energy solutions supplier, is showcasing its eco-friendly water and domestic heating solutions at an ongoing major energy event in Beirut.
The Beirut Energy Forum 2012 opened today (September 13) at Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Hotel, and is closing tomorrow. The third edition of the annual event, under the patronage of Minister of Energy and Water Gebran Bassil, focuses on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and green buildings.
Beirut Energy Forum 2012 brings together energy solutions suppliers and producers, independent power and energy producers, architects, urban planners, building technologists, banks and financial institutions, investments firms, research and development institutions, as well as associations and agencies.
The event is supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) European Union, League of Arab States, Order of Engineers and Architects in Beirut.
Furthermore, the event will run in partnership with “Le Salon des Energies Renouvelables de Paris”, with the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) as a strategic partner.
Along with the exhibition, the event will include a two-day conference with key note speakers and professionals from around the world, including educational and research institutions, ministries, nongovernmental organisations and environmental agencies, manufacturers and suppliers of energy resource solution, among others.
Phoenix Energy booth visitors can view the displayed biomass boiler and solar water heater, as well as learn more about Phoenix Energy and its wide array of renewable energy solutions.
Phoenix Energy supplies biomass boilers that can be installed for residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural use. The boiler provides simple installation and an ambient temperature control unit can be integrated to set the desired temperature in the house directly connected to the boiler.
Phoenix Energy distributes compact and durable Solior solar water heating systems that offer higher efficiency than conventional solar hot water systems, by utilising mirrors to focus sunlight onto the collector wrapped with a 94 per cent solar absorption layer. – TradeArabia News Service
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