Surendra Shah is a Mechanical Engineer with a degree from Clemson University, USA, 1961. He has major HVAC projects to his credit – Air India Terminal, State Bank of India Building, Oberoi Towers, MSEB Prakashgad Mumbai, SriLanka Oberoi, A housing complex at Baghdad Iraq, etc. In 1970, he started Pan Asia Corporation, a breeding ground for his many innovative energy saving products, some of which have been patented now. He specializes in energy efficient low humidity systems for clean rooms and operation theaters. In 2004 he designed wind towers for the CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Building Center in Hyderabad, which went on to receive the country’s first Platinum rated LEEDS building. He has further devised and installed a three-part comfort cooling system that has been installed in many offices. It uses 30% less energy than a central chiller system and improves indoor air quality. The Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology (UICT) has recognized him for a heat pump air dryer that has a C.O.P. of 6.7, which he made for their lab. He has further developed an air conditioner with an EER of over 15, a hybrid machine that works as an evaporative cooler or as an air conditioner. Mr. Shah is a life member ISHRAE (Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers), IIID (Institute of Indian Interior Designers) and SESI (Solar Energy Society of India). He is also a visiting faculty at the Rachana Sansad’s Institute of Environmental Architecture.