Three seawater desalination plant projects launched this year – Morocco

Currently having 9 seawater desalination stations operational or under construction, Morocco will launch, in 2023, work on three new infrastructures on the Atlantic coast. According to recent statements from Nizar Baraka, Casablanca, El Jadida and Safi will soon have their stations. The goal is to achieve production of one billion cubic meters by 2030.

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Three seawater desalination plant projects launched this year – Morocco2024-05-23T02:05:24+02:00

Drought in northern Morocco pushes construction of Tangier desalination plant to accelerate

Tangier announced the creation of a seawater desalination plant by the end of 2022. A first investment of 22 million dirhams was made to begin construction, as agreed with various companies at the ordinary session of the Regional Council of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima (CR-TTA). 

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Drought in northern Morocco pushes construction of Tangier desalination plant to accelerate2024-03-02T15:43:59+01:00

Drought in northern Morocco pushes construction of Tangier desalination plant to accelerate

Tangier announced the creation of a seawater desalination plant by the end of 2022. A first investment of 22 million dirhams was made to begin construction, as agreed with various companies at the ordinary session of the Regional Council of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima (CR-TTA). 

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Drought in northern Morocco pushes construction of Tangier desalination plant to accelerate2024-02-12T00:19:21+01:00

MOROCCO: construction work begins on Casablanca desalination plant

The ground-breaking ceremony for the Casablanca-Settat seawater desalination plant, the largest of its kind in Morocco, took place early on January 23, 2024. The plant, which will supply 300 million m3 of water per year by 2030, is being built by Spain’s Acciona Group, in consortium with Moroccan companies Afriquia Gaz and Green of Africa, both subsidiaries of the Awca Group.

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MOROCCO: construction work begins on Casablanca desalination plant2024-01-26T12:27:11+01:00

Morocco successfully relies on seawater desalination

Morocco already has 11 desalination stations but intends to “triple its capacities by 2030”, says MĂ©dias 24 , by adding 9 new stations to the 11 existing and 7 currently under construction. With this comprehensive project of stations capable of producing nearly 1.3 billion cubic meters of drinking and irrigation water per year, the kingdom intends to develop a local industry. The government predicts that, ultimately, around 50% of drinking water will come from the desalination of sea water, notes Le360 .

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Morocco successfully relies on seawater desalination2024-01-10T01:46:27+01:00

Morocco successfully relies on seawater desalination

Morocco already has 11 desalination stations but intends to “triple its capacities by 2030”, says MĂ©dias 24 , by adding 9 new stations to the 11 existing and 7 currently under construction. With this comprehensive project of stations capable of producing nearly 1.3 billion cubic meters of drinking and irrigation water per year, the kingdom intends to develop a local industry. The government predicts that, ultimately, around 50% of drinking water will come from the desalination of sea water, notes Le360 .

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Morocco successfully relies on seawater desalination2023-12-25T02:13:05+01:00

Metito and Tahliya sign agreement for water desalination using clean energy – Morocco, Africa

To date, barely 500 m3 of freshwater is available per inhabitant per year in the Kingdom of Morocco, compared with 2,500 m3 in 1960 according to the United Nations (UN). The new desalination plants should improve the supply of water for irrigation and drinking water.

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Metito and Tahliya sign agreement for water desalination using clean energy – Morocco, Africa2023-12-19T22:43:59+01:00

Morocco speeds up desalination projects as drought persists

Dam filling rate has dropped to 23% in Morocco on average in November with some critical dams such as Al Massira- supplying Casablanca- completely depleted.

Construction works for the biggest desalination plant in Casablanca would start next year. It will be able to pump fresh water by 2027, according to the water ministry.

The Casablanca desalination plant will have a capacity of 300 cubic meters, enough to ensure water security of Morocco’s largest city and its surroundings.

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Morocco speeds up desalination projects as drought persists2023-12-05T00:34:26+01:00

MOROCCO: Essaouira and Guelmim are betting on desalination for water supply

According to the Moroccan public company, these studies will make it possible to determine the needs in drinking water and irrigation, as well as the resources already mobilised in the cities of Essaouira and Guelmim. The sites for the future plants will also be identified and their surface areas determined.

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MOROCCO: Essaouira and Guelmim are betting on desalination for water supply2023-12-01T00:23:40+01:00

MOROCCO: Essaouira and Guelmim are betting on desalination for water supply

According to the Moroccan public company, these studies will make it possible to determine the needs in drinking water and irrigation, as well as the resources already mobilised in the cities of Essaouira and Guelmim. The sites for the future plants will also be identified and their surface areas determined.

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MOROCCO: Essaouira and Guelmim are betting on desalination for water supply2023-10-11T23:32:18+02:00
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