Acciona wins contract to build Africa’s largest desalination plant in Casablanca – Africa

The Spanish company will also be responsible for the management and maintenance of the plant once it is operational. All within the framework of a contract valued at 800 million euros, which shows the scale of the project, as well as the data relating to the capacity, which speaks of 548,000 cubic meters of water per day, as the ‘reported by various media such as La Información and Andalucía Información.

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Acciona wins contract to build Africa’s largest desalination plant in Casablanca – Africa2024-06-06T18:16:09+02:00

Senegal’s $23 million Desalination Plant Advances to 40% – Africa

“The first phase will be operational in June 2025, injecting 50,000 m3 per day into the network,” Thiam said, adding that the project’s social aspect, supporting local professionals in fisheries and agriculture sectors as part of the corporate social responsibility initiatives associated with the desalination project.

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Senegal’s $23 million Desalination Plant Advances to 40% – Africa2024-03-31T15:00:59+02:00

Launch today of the largest water desalination project in Africa in the El Jadida region

The project aims to ensure a sustainable supply of drinking water for Greater Casablanca and the regions of Berrechid, Settat, and El Jadida, while alleviating pressure on water resources in the Oum Er-Rbia basin. The plant, spread over 50 hectares, will have a treatment capacity of 200 million m³ per year, expandable to 300 million per year by 2030, including 250 million dedicated to drinking water and 50 million to irrigation. 

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Launch today of the largest water desalination project in Africa in the El Jadida region2024-02-03T22:16:15+01:00

Hamma Seawater Desalination Plant in Algeria Honored with OPIC Impact Award for Critical Infrastructure – North Africa

In 2008, Hamma Water Desalination SpA, a special project company combining 70 percent financing from GE and 30 percent from the Algerian Energy Company, was selected to design, build, own and operate the 200,000-cubic-meters-per-day (53 million gallons per day) Hamma Seawater Desalination Plant. It is a reverse osmosis (RO) seawater desalination facility that significantly alleviates water scarcity in Algiers and was the first RO desalination plant in Africa to be funded by public and private investment. GE also was awarded a 25-year contract to operate and maintain the plant.

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Hamma Seawater Desalination Plant in Algeria Honored with OPIC Impact Award for Critical Infrastructure – North Africa2023-12-25T02:16:03+01:00

DJIBOUTI: the EIB lends €79m for water desalination and sanitation

The EIB is providing the finance as part of the Global Gateway, a European strategy to stimulate smart, clean and secure links in the digital, energy and transport sectors, and to strengthen health, education and research systems worldwide. The loan will be granted through its new 25-year development finance subsidiary EIB Global.

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DJIBOUTI: the EIB lends €79m for water desalination and sanitation2023-11-09T17:06:44+01:00
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