ENOWA, the energy, water, and hydrogen subsidiary of Saudi Arabia’s $500 billion giga project NEOM, has signed a MoU with Japan's ITOCHU, and France's Veolia to build a desalination plant powered by 100 percent renewable energy in OXAGON.
The energy, water, and hydrogen subsidiary of NEOM, has signed an MoU with Japanese trading company Itochu, and water, waste, and energy management solutions provider Veolia for this project. The entities will collaborate on the first-of-its-kind selective desalination plant which will be located in OXAGON.
Upon completion in 2025, the plant will operate with a production capacity of 500,000 cubic meters of desalinated water per day, which accounts for around 30 percent of the total projected water demand in NEOM.
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