“Amounting to approximately 300 million euros in turnover for Veolia, this project provides for the start of construction of the factory in the second quarter of 2023 and commissioning in 2025,” indicated the group. in a press release.
ACWA Power increases its water capacity to 7.6 mil m3/day after winning Dubai’s Hassyan Seawater IWP Bid – KSA
Acwa Power has emerged as the preferred bidder for the construction and operation of the Hassyan Phase 1 Independent Water Producer (IWP) project. Being set up at with an investment of US $914mn, the plant will process 180 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD) of sea water, using ‘reverse osmosis’ technology.
The BMC supplies 3,850 million litre water daily to the citizens for potable use. However, the actual demand per day is 4,200 million litres. The hydraulic department of the BMC from time to time reviews available water stock and draws water plans for the year.
A project aimed at converting seawater into drinking water in Cornwall has suffered a setback and will now be completed from next summer. South West Water (SWW) initially had plans to have two desalination plants up and running by this September. However, the company has revised its plans and will build just one plant in Par, using seawater from St Austell Bay. The delay is attributed to complications regarding the sale of land.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk told parliament on Tuesday the new desalination plant would be delivered by 2035 after cabinet endorsed the 30-year water strategy.
Bank Mandiri Collaborates with Indra Karya to Build Seawater Desalination Facilities in Labuan Bajo – Indonesia
One of these supports is realized through collaboration with the State-Owned Enterprise (BUMN) in the construction sector, PT Indra Karya (Persero). Through this collaboration, Bank Mandiri distributed assistance worth IDR 2.1 billion for the construction of seawater desalination facilities around the fish auction site (TPI) Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).
Saudi Power Procurement Company (SPPC) has announced the winning bidders for four of its key conventional independent power plant (IPP) projects – Taiba-1, Taiba-2, Qassim-1, and Qassim-2 – being set up in the kingdom at an investment of nearly SR29 billion ($7.8 billion).
ACWA Power won the bid thanks to its capabilities in the field and pledge to deliver the project with a water levelized tariff of $0.36536 /cubic metre of desalinated water – which would make it the world’s most efficient desalination facility using sea water reverse osmosis technology powered by solar energy.