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Iran taps into the private sector

With an average annual rainfall of 270mm (one third of the world's average), Iran is classed as one of the arid and semi-arid regions of the world.

Helping power plants meet the challenge of water preservation

By 2035, the world's energy consumption will increase by 35 per cent, which in turn will increase water use by 15 per cent, according to the International Energy Agency.

Rethinking coal fired power plants’ water reuse

Many studies over the years have examined power plants' water usage and losses.

The Gulf: IWPP utopia?

We view the Middle East power market as one of our key growth areas, and over the last six years we have become the leading developer in the region for the development, ownership, operation and maintenance of independent water and power projects (IWPPs).

Saudi Arabia: Keen to attract investment for power

Saudi Arabia’s growing demand for electricity and water requires investment in plant and infrastructure. The Kingdom is keen to attract investment, but the financial downturn has been affecting the availability of private investors, notably for IWPPs.

Quenching a thirst

Demand for desalination systems is growing rapidly around the world, but one of the biggest challenges facing the industry is the need to be more energy efficient and environmentally-friendly.

Water chemistry control maintains plant health

An arsenal of diverse water treatments is necessary to fight corrosion and fouling and to avoid potentially enormous repair costs

Fujairah F2 IWPP: A jewel in the desert

Due for completion in 2010 Fujairah F2 will not only be Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority’s seventh independent water and power plant (IWPP), but also its largest.

Desalination: A first in Fujairah

In April 2004, South Korea's Doosan produced the first few litres of potable water at the Fujairah power and desalination plant.

Oman leads Gulf States in reform and privatization of electricity and water sectors

The Sultanate of Oman has been a pioneer in electricity markets reform in the Middle East.