The fourth edition of ISH Shanghai & CIHE – Shanghai International Trade Fair for Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning will take place this year from 23 – 25 September in Hall N4 of the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). Co-organised by Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd, Beijing B & D Tiger Exhibition Co Ltd, Shanghai Zhanye Exhibition Ltd and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) – Shanghai Pudong Sub-Council, the Shanghai fair continues to play an important role in introducing individual heating solutions to China’s East and Central regions.
Starting this year, ISH Shanghai & CIHE partnered with the China Energy Conservation Association, International Copper Association, and Shanghai Society of Refrigeration to organize the second edition of the Shanghai International HVAC Forum. The forum will focus on one of the fastest growing HVAC technologies in East and Central China – air source heat pumps (ASHP). These products are known for their energy-saving and environment-friendly qualities. The forum is a professional networking platform for industry players to share insight on relevant issues, which aligns with the Chinese government’s target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and policies for sustainable development.
Zhao Hengyi, Deputy Secretary General of the Heat Pump Industry Committee from the China Energy Conservation Association, expressed: “We are pleased to partner with ISH Shanghai & CIHE to co-organise the Shanghai International HVAC Forum. With ASHP technology growing at an unprecedented rate, I am confident the forum will be an effective tool for promoting the importance of energy conservation. It will also encourage participants to exchange invaluable knowledge on this cutting-edge technology.”
In addition to ASHPs, capillary cooling and heating technologies are also popular methods for temperature control in China. Given the ability to conserve energy and enhance users’ comfort, capillary cooling and heating will become a prominent component in China’s high-end real estate for property developers and owners.
To promote these technologies, ISH Shanghai & CIHE teamed up with HVAC8, a reputable platform covering the HVAC industry in China, to co-organise an interactive seminar. The seminar titled “Integrated Application of Capillary Cooling and Heating Technologies” will gather experts on the topic from Shanghai Tongji University and the China Ventilation Mechanical Industry Alliance, as well as specialists from Germany to share the latest market developments and exchange ideas.
The 2015 show will once again be held alongside four other fairs, including Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology, the Shanghai International Lighting Fair, Building Solar China and Shanghai Smart Home Technology. Collectively known as the second Shanghai edition of the “Intelligent Green Building – IGB” exhibition platform, the five shows will occupy 50,000 sqm of exhibition space running from Halls N1 to N4. More than 800 exhibitors and 44,000 visitors are expected to turn up and engage in the business exchange of total solutions for energy-efficient and sustainable building technologies.
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