3.9 million M3 day
of desalinated water
We are a developer, investor, co-owner and operator of a portfolio of power and desalinated water
ACWA Power Projects formed in 2004, the forerunner of present day ACWA Power
Reliably delivering electricity and desalinated water at low cost.
Our corporate governance philosophy is based on a legacy of ethical & transparent practices
We co-invest in our projects to ensure technical & operational control over its performance
We have 50 projects secured in 11 countries
The First National Operations & Maintenance Company (NOMAC), is our wholly owned subsidiary
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The Shuaibah Expansion Project was delivered in response to the Saudi Government’s need for a fast-track solution. The challenge was to provide an additional 150,000 m3/day of desalinated water to meet the accelerating demand in Jeddah. The project is located on reclaimed land adjacent to the Shuaibah IWPP and both plants use a common water discharge channel. The facility uses reverse osmosis technology with 2 passes (sea water and brine) and energy recovery equipment and systems.
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