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Saudi desalination project wins award

The largest combined power and desalination plant in the world, the Ras Al Khair project in Saudi Arabia, has won an award at the 2015 Global Water Awards.

New power and desalination project in Bahrain

GdF Suez Energy International has won a contract to build, own, and operate the Al Dur 1 power generation and reverse osmosis seawater desalination plant in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Approved Mirfa IWPP offers hope to power-starved emirates

Abu Dhabi has given the go ahead for a new privately built 1500 MW combined-cycle power plant, which once operational will boost exports of electricity to energy-deficit emirates.

Delivering desalinated water to the UAE

Global engineering firm CH2M HILL examines its work for the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authoriy: two seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plants.

Feedwater Quality: It’s either high water quality or bust!

The modern power station boiler is the result of two centuries of development in materials and fabrication techniques.

A growing imperative in power production

In coming years, power companies will need to become more strategic and aware of water usage, writes Jan Bultiauw
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Thai CHP plant gets GE water treatment

GE’s advanced water treatment technology will help purify water at IRPC Public Company Limited’s new CHP plant in Rayong, Thailand.

New name for century-old water treatment company

Kennicott, a company that has been supplying specialist water treatment equipment for 100 years - in particular to the power industry - has been renamed Christ Kennicott, as part of its integration into the Christ water technology division of BWT.

CMF plant commissioned at Hungarian power station

Memcor has installed a continuous microfiltration (CMF) plant to pretreat water for a reverse osmosis (RO) plant at the Bokod power station near Budapest, Hungary. Zenon Systems Kft, a Hungarian subsidiary of Zenon Environmental Inc. of Canada, supplied the RO unit.

University opts for cogen as part of renovation project

The University of Oregon, US, is planning to improve its power delivery by adding a cogeneration system to its outdated steam plant and electrical distribution systems. As part of the renovation of its central power plant.

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