Israel connects desalination plants into national water system
Oman reveals further plans for desalination as it anticipates water demands will keep on growing
Oman has unveiled a vision for the next phase of developing its independent water supply, with proposals for a new 100,000 m3/d desalination plant for which initial steps in procurement could begin this year.
UAE is eyeing alternative energy sources to power desalination
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority is seeking proposals to study the feasibility of powering desalination by geothermal energy, reports The National.
Rajasthan boosts water supplies with three major reuse projects across 11 cities
SPML Infra and Tata Projects have won three contracts worth a total of INR 1,275 crores ($189 million) to supply sewerage and wastewater reuse systems to 11 cities in Rajasthan, India.
MIT researchers host Reddit Ask Me Anything session on photovoltaic EDR system
Researchers at MIT have developed a solar-powered electrodialysis system that could "provide 250 million people in India with safe and affordable water," MIT News reports.
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India's ONGC seeks secure water supplies for oil and gas production: reports
A memorandum of understanding signed by India's Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) with the Singapore government, on sharing technology for water recycling, could help MIDC in bidding for a new desalination project in Uran, reports the Times of India.
Namibia looks to finance four new desal plants, as row develops over price of existing supplies: reports
The Namibian government is seeking private investors to finance the development of four desalination plants on the west coast of Namibia, reports Bloomberg.
Algeria desal plant wins OPIC award for public-private excellence
Hamma Water Desalination facility in Algeria, the first reverse osmosis seawater plant in Africa to be funded by public-private investment, has scooped OPIC's Impact Award for Critical Infrastructure, for effectiveness in public-private partnerships in major infrastructure projects.
Singapore boosts industrial water supply with new desal plant
Singapore is to build a new desalination plant to supply industrial customers with 30 million gallons per day (136,000 m3/d) of water, minister for the environment and water resources, Masagos Zulkifli, announced at Singapore International Water Week, Tuesday 12 July, 2016.