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Fluence can use the $50 million debt facility for projects around the globe

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The IDA is seeking papers to be presented at Action4Good

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The DoE's new Energy-Water Desalination Hub will have $100 million to invest in early-stage research and development

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Fluence can use the $50 million debt facility for projects around the globe

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Fluence Corporation has secured a $50 million non-recourse debt facility for financing build, own, operate and transfer projects.

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The deal is 'win-win' for WorleyParsons and Jacobs, said Jacobs' chief executive Steve Demetriou

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The goal of the MoU is to shape the future of energy in Dubai

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Hawaii is looking at new funding methods to progress solar desalination projects

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Tesla’s wastewater reuse technology patent was published with the US Patent Office

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The desalination plant is located near to Tlemcen, a city in northwest Algeria, whose industry includes leather, textiles, and carpets

Sonatrach and ADE terminate WPA on Souk Tleta desal plant, Algeria

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The cost per cube of desalinated water bid on the planned Taweela mega-plant in Abu Dhabi is among the world's cheapest

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Israel issues tender for Sorek 2 mega-size desalination plant

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