Mit Hochdruck gegen den Wassermangel – DME

Meerwasserentsalzung fĂĽr die Sicherheit

Die Vereinten Nationen definieren Wasserknappheit als einen für den menschlichen Bedarf nicht ausreichenden Zugang zu Trinkwasser auf Grund mangelhafter Infrastruktur. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO gibt an, dass in Zeiten von Krisen ein Mensch täglich je nach Klimazone und Ernährung zwischen 7,5 und 15 Liter Trink- und Süßwasser benötige, zum Trinken und für Minimalhygiene. Fast die Hälfte der Welt lebt bereits in von Wasserknappheit gefährdeten Regionen, und diese Zahl könnte sich bis 2050 auf zwischen 4,8 und 5,7 Milliarden Menschen erhöhen. Die UNO befürchtet, dass dies bis 2030 […]

Mit Hochdruck gegen den Wassermangel – DME2022-11-25T13:47:35+01:00

IDE to finance, design, construct and operate Israel’s Western Galilee desalination plant – Kadima, Israel

IDE’s Western Galilee project to be Israel’s seventh-largest desalination plant, producing 100 million cubic meters of water annually.

The Western Galilee desalination plant, to be named Birkat Miriam, will join Israel’s other large scale desalination plants in operation — Ashkelon, Ashdod, Palmachim, Hadera and Sorek 1 — while IDE also constructs Sorek 2. These desalination plants are part of a government effort to increase the amount of desalinated water in the country’s overall water resources. The water contribution from the Western Galilee plant will bring total production of desalination plants in Israel to almost […]

IDE to finance, design, construct and operate Israel’s Western Galilee desalination plant – Kadima, Israel2022-11-21T10:49:53+01:00

30% work of water desalination plant completed in Gwadar – Pakistan

About 30 percent of construction work of the water desalination plant to supply 1.2 million gallons of clean drinking water per day to the residents of Gwadar city has been completed.

This was stated on Monday by Project Director of the under-construction Water Desalination Plant Dawood Baloch. He said it was very gratifying that the work on the project was going on at a fast pace without any hindrance.

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30% work of water desalination plant completed in Gwadar – Pakistan2022-11-21T10:46:43+01:00

Dubai: Dewa develops new model for fog monitoring, forecasting – UAE

The advanced model will also optimise energy production of the gas turbines at the Jebel Ali Power Plant and Water Desalination Complex, the largest single-site natural gas power generation facility in the world at a capacity of 9,547 MW.

“The innovative model for fog monitoring and forecasting will enhance energy productions operations. It will be integrated within Dewa’s power planning and operations. This supports the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 and the Dubai Net Zero Carbon Emissions Strategy 2050 to provide 100 per cent of Dubai’s total power production capacity from clean energy sources by […]

Dubai: Dewa develops new model for fog monitoring, forecasting – UAE2022-11-21T10:44:50+01:00

SAWACO Water Desalination implements Pani Intelligent Decision Support at SOJECO Plant in Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

As a leader of desalination in the Kingdom, SAWACO owns and operates several water production facilities with over 250,000 m³/day (62.5 MGD) desalination capacity. SOJECO, a seawater desalination plant, is the third water production facility established by SAWACO in the region that supplies 16,500 m³/day (4.3 MGD) of potable grade water to Jeddah Industrial Cities 2 &3 , factories, hospitals, and private housing complexes. The introduction of the Pani platform will address optimizing the facility’s sea water reverse osmosis (SWRO) operations, reducing downtime, increasing production, and extending equipment life.

Pani, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that provides digital operational […]

SAWACO Water Desalination implements Pani Intelligent Decision Support at SOJECO Plant in Jeddah – Saudi Arabia2022-11-21T10:31:46+01:00

Saudi’s Jubail 3A desal project work on track for Q4 commercial operation – Saudi Arabia

The facility contains tanks with a capacity of 600,000 cu m and also has a solar unit to produce 44MW power, thus greatly contributing to Saudi efforts to ensure water security

The Saudi Water Partnerships Company (SWPC) has announced that work is moving at a steady pace on the Jubail 3A Water Desalination Project – said to be the first and the largest facility in the world to run on renewable energy – which is set to launch commercial operations by year-end.

A greenfield sea water reverse osmosis desalination project, Jubail 3A […]

Saudi’s Jubail 3A desal project work on track for Q4 commercial operation – Saudi Arabia2022-11-20T02:00:36+01:00

Tedagua will develop a digital twin to optimize the management of desalination plants in their O&M contracts – Spain, Europe

  • This digital twin will provide differential added value for the company and our clients, mainly in three aspects: cost optimization, access to information by applying visual intelligence, and increased cybersecurity.
  • Data processing has become so important in the water sector in the last five years, especially in projects related to artificial intelligence, that it requires the development of an appropriate data processing strategy.

The project will be carried out in three phases. A first phase where all the relevant data will be collected and structured during the operation […]

Tedagua will develop a digital twin to optimize the management of desalination plants in their O&M contracts – Spain, Europe2022-11-20T01:53:48+01:00

Another California desalination plant approved — the most contentious one yet – USA

The California Coastal Commission voted 8-to-2 despite the ecological risks to the Monterey Bay coast, high costs of the water and a divide between affluent and lower-income communities.

The plant would produce about 4.8 million gallons of water per day when it begins operating, with the possibility of increasing production later. California American Water hopes to have it operating by the end of 2027. The water company is seeking to bolster local supplies after state regulators ordered it to stop its decades-old practice of unlawfully diverting more than its share from the Carmel River.  

Another California desalination plant approved — the most contentious one yet – USA2022-11-18T12:46:47+01:00

Desalination plant considered for Alentejo coast – Portugal

Scheduled to be completed in March 2026, the work, valued at €45 million, is currently in the development phase of the necessary studies to be able to put the contract out to tender.

The Government is studying the opening of a desalination plant for the “cleaning” of seawater to address the lack of drinking water on the Alentejo coast, similar to the project that will be inaugurated in the Algarve in 2026, within the scope of the Recovery and Resilience (PRR).

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Desalination plant considered for Alentejo coast – Portugal2022-11-17T19:50:40+01:00

Fate of possible Marina desal plant will be decided Thursday – California, USA

The project was proposed by California American Water, which would use the plant to deliver millions of gallons of water to about 100,000 of its customers on the Monterey Peninsula, which are predominantly wealthier communities: the city of Monterey, Pacific Grove, Carmel-by-the-Sea and the neighborhoods of Pebble Beach.

The project is anticipated to supply 40 percent of the Peninsula’s water needs.

(Source)

Fate of possible Marina desal plant will be decided Thursday – California, USA2022-11-17T19:55:42+01:00
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