Aquarion Group company Hager + Elsässer (H+E) announced that its subsidiary H+E Asia has completed delivery of a demineralization water treatment plant at a power station in Mozambique. The contract was awarded by a well-known power generation industry EPC company from Singapore.
The scope of the project included design, procurement, fabrication, delivery, and testing and commissioning of the plant. The contract value was a single-digit million amount.
“Water of high quality is vital to the power industry. H+E, our subsidiary, has extensive experience in water treatment for power plants, whether they are oil or coal-fired, and whether the raw water is seawater, well water or sewage water that needs to be recycled. We are pleased to bring our expertise to this project,” said Thomas Will, COO of the Aquarion Group and CEO of H+E.
H+E’s solutions for the power generation industry span the full range of water and wastewater treatment needs including:
H+E is a leading solutions provider for process and ultrapure water and wastewater treatment for various industries. Aquarion Group's core asset, the company is known for superior engineering, technology innovation and experience, having successfully completed more than 30,000 projects in 135 countries over the past 85 years.
About Aquarion Group
A total enhanced EPC solution provider, Aquarion Group is a leading provider of advanced water systems, solutions and technologies for the oil & gas industry, energy sector and other process industries. Aquarion has operations in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, UK, the UAE, Chile, Russia and Southeast Asia. Aquarion Group has established a competitive advantage through acquisitions of companies with breakthrough Intellectual Property around the world as well as through in-house R&D related to green- and brownfield project solutions. Aquarion Group offers highly competitive solutions across all three major approaches of water purification: chemical, biological and physical.
SOURCE: Aquarion Group