Cooling for the Qatar World Cup is a massive challenge, our friends at CNN show how it will be achieved
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11 November, 2011Julian Milnes
Qatari authorities have hit back at suggestions by one of their leading 2022 World Cup architects that air conditioning the stadiums is not practical
7 June, 2011Julian Milnes
Qatar plans to complete construction of the first stadium for the 2022 soccer World Cup by 2015, according to its state news agency
10 May, 2011Julian Milnes
Qatar is hoping the air-conditioning solutions proposed for the successful 2022 World Cup bid will also help secure the 2017 world athletics championships bid
28 March, 2011Julian Milnes
Scientists at Qatar University claim to have developed artificial clouds to provide shade for stadia and training grounds at the 2022 World Cup.
21 February, 2011Julian Milnes
Qatar Society of Engineers and American Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers have signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance co-operation between the two forums representing engineers in Qatar.
1 February, 2011Julian Milnes
Eaton-Williams has struck a deal to market its data centre cooling solutions across the Middle East following a distribution agreement with Saudi based Alessa Industries.
21 December, 2010Julian Milnes
Qatar’s successful 2022 World Cup award was aided by a 500-seater ‘demonstration’ stadium, which was was used as a platform to refine technologies for application across the country.
8 December, 2010Julian Milnes
Qatar’s recent 2022 World Cup win has brought about a focus on large scale air-conditioning, particularly when summer temperatures in the country regularly pass 40 deg C.
18 November, 2010Julian Milnes
Qatars’s bid for the 2022 World Cup has been questioned by a senior Fifa figure, who queried whether the air-conditioning could cope with the extreme heat of a Middle Eastern country.
8 November, 2010Julian Milnes
The world’s largest district cooling plant is set to be opened in Qatar by the country’s Deputy Prime Minister.