Water & Wastewater Treatment News For The Power Generation Industry

  1. Pioneering Borders Waste Water Site Celebrates Green Efficiency Milestone

    A waste water treatment work in the Borders has become one of Scottish Water’s most self-sufficient energy sites.

  2. ACWA Power Wins The World’s Largest Independent Water Desalination Plant

    ACWA Power, the leading developer, owner and operator of power generation and water desalination plants wins the largest independent water desalination plant, Rabigh 3 IWP – further expanding its desalination capacity in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

  3. Helsinki Produces Energy With Underground Hot And Cold Water Lakes

    Former fuel-oil storage caves in the Helsinki bedrock will store hot water heated in the processes of the Helsinki energy company Helen, to be used for district heating from 2021 onwards.

  4. Mubadala And Dubal Holding To Sign 25-Year Deal With Emirates Global Aluminium Worth More Than AED 1 Billion To Develop New Power Block And Water Desalination Plant

    Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA), Mubadala and Dubal Holding are to sign an agreement to develop a state-of-the-art power block and a water desalination plant at EGA’s smelter at Jebel Ali in Dubai.

  5. Toyobo’s Hollow Fiber Forward Osmosis Membrane Adopted At Danish Osmotic Power Plant

    Hollow fiber forward osmosis (FO) membranes manufactured by Toyobo Co., Ltd. have been adopted at a first of its kind osmotic power plant in Denmark. The pilot plant is operated by Danish venture firm SaltPower ApS with support from industrial machinery maker Danfoss A/S and engineering firm Semco Maritime A/S.

  6. Department Of Energy Announces $100M Energy-Water Desalination Hub To Provide Secure And Affordable Water

    Recently, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $100M to establish an Energy-Water Desalination Hub (Hub) to address water security issues in the United States.

  7. Georgia Power Continues To Make Progress On Ash Pond Closures

    Georgia Power today announced the latest progress on its plan to safely close all 29 ash ponds at 11 active and retired coal-fired power plant sites across the state.

  8. NREL Expands Research In Geothermal And Solar Desalination

    NREL scientists have a long history of successfully analyzing geothermal and solar energy data. But they are now actively researching desalination capabilities by partnering with technology leaders on several groundbreaking projects

  9. PENETRON Technology Helps Power New Hydro Plant In Tajikistan

    The first units of the Rogun Hydroelectric Plant went online in November 2018. While construction at the 3,600 MW plant will continue for years, Penetron topical materials have repaired and waterproofed the concrete sluices of the power plant, ensuring a smooth start-up.

  10. EPA Recognizes Wilmington, Delaware’s Renewable Energy And Biosolids Facility For Excellence And Innovation In Clean Water Infrastructure

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it has recognized Wilmington, Delaware’s renewable energy and biosolids facility for excellence and innovation