ARABIAN MEP 2015 4th Edition from 6th - 8th April was out and out success and met all the core objectives and created an ideal environment to showcase, deliberate & disseminate the knowledge of MEP products,services & technology that provided a one-stop solution for the end users & to devise a pragmatic plan to bring in the technological advancements to deliver world class services in a highly challenging environment.The Arabian MEP Exhibition and Conference, 2015 was an initiative designed to create a unique platform to form a convergence of major MEP players under one roof to evaluate the scope of electro-mechanical technology & services in Middle East and work towards meeting the accelerated demand in the building as well as industrial segments.More
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Manama, Apr. 6. (BNA) -- Minister of Works, Municipalities & Urban Planning Eng. Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf inaugurated the fourth edition of the Arabian MEP (Mechanical Electrical Plumbing) Conference and Exhibition, which is held at the Bahrain International Convention and Exhibition Centre (BIECC) from 6-8 April 2015. Minister Khalaf stated that the MEP Conference & Exhibition has become one of the most successful and important conferences encouraging the construction, engineering and contracting sector. The conference highlights all the recent and innovative updates in the field, and also sheds light on the green technology and its uses; transforming buildings into environment-friendly green buildings. Khalaf also added that the government is dedicating special attention and concern to the construction and urban development sector; targeting infrastructure and public and governmental facilities, especially green buildings. The various renewable energy applications ensure sustainability of government projects and maintain energy, natural and available resources. ‘The use of green buildings and sustainable building techniques reduces climate change effects, maintains economic and environmental balance and ensures a better and healthier environment for future generations,’ said Khalaf. 200 exhibitors from Bahrain, the region and around the globe took part in the event, which brought together professionals and experts from the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) industry, in addition to mechanical and plumbing contractors, architects and designers as well as public utility providers and government agencies. Business deals worth $500 million were also concluded during the last 3 editions of the show, which was attended by 10,000 visitors.
Manama, Apr6(BNA)Bahrain is planning to enforce eco-friendly standards on imported electrical appliances to ensure energy efficiency and reduce pollutant gas emissions. "The Cabinet has recently endorsed the eco-friendly measure as part of Bahrain's GCC and international obligations to protect the environment", said Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Minister Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf. He stressed his ministry's commitment to implement green building standards and rationalized the consumption of energy in Bahrain as part of national efforts to protect the environment. He unveiled the plans in a statement to Bahrain News Agency on the sidelines of the inauguration of the Arabian MEP (Mechanical Electrical Plumbing) Conference and Exhibition, which is held at the Bahrain International Convention and Exhibition Centre (BIECC) from 6-8 April 2015. The opening ceremony was also attended by Industry and Commerce Minister Zayed bin Rashid Al-Zayani, Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Ministry Undersecretary, senior officials and guests. "The ministry has started using solar eco-friendly meters on an experimental basis", Khalaf said, pointing out that the project proved successful in the United Arab Emirates. The multi-phased project is being implemented in the Diplomatic Area in a first stage, which would be then expanded respectively to Manama Suq and Muharraq City.
MANAMA: Bahrain is to step up its support for construction projects that promote green technologies, a senior minister said yesterday. Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Essam Khalaf said the need of the hour was to invest in such sustainable technologies in the interest of protecting the environment and making sure it was safe for the coming generations. Speaking after opening the fourth edition of the Arabian MEP (Mechanical Engineering Plumbing) Conference and Exhibition, he said the government is always looking at promoting and supporting such technologies in its own buildings as well as in the country's infrastructure set-up. "This is the future and we have to look at this issue seriously. We are already doing a lot and will do more," he added. The three-day event, which ends tomorrow, is supported by the ministry and is being held under the patronage of the minister at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre. It is organised by Exposure Media. Mr Khalaf, who was accompanied by Industry and Commerce Minister Zayed Al Zayani, said promoting green and environmentally-friendly technology is part of the larger vision of the government and such shows fit perfectly with that vision. Earlier, both ministers and other officials went around the show, spread over 8,000 square metres. The event is expected to bring together around 6,500 engineers and decision-makers who will discuss the latest trends in the industry and application of green and environmentally friendly technologies. It will focus on boosting the markets and promote quality and sustainability in the services offered. "Business deals worth $500 million were concluded during the last two shows, which were attended by more than 10,000 visitors and we are expecting this show to do better," Exposure Media managing director Sijo Jospeh said. "The event will showcase the latest heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC) technologies as well as look at advances in mechanical, electrical, plumbing, insulation, refrigeration and automation products and services in the region." He said the demand for higher energy efficiency, greener products and sustainable technologies has accelerated the pace at which new products and innovations are launched in the market. "This has led to HVAC professionals becoming more innovative in their businesses," he added. He said key industry leaders are present at the event, where they are exhibiting their products and also holding live demonstrations, taking part in conferences and benefitting from networking opportunities. Revolutionary 3D printing, the challenge of super-tall buildings and state-of-the-art fire-fighting systems are among the more than 200 brands and services on show. The event is billed as promoting Bahrain and the region's use of green energy technologies as well as issues concerning environmental sustainability. Khalid Al Mulhim from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers - Saudi Arabian Chapter - delivered the keynote address at the opening ceremony. The Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry will use the event to showcase its present and future projects as well as honour its engineers and a special section on the latest energy efficient electrical products will be one of the highlights of the show.