Fez: Abengoa, the Spanish corporation for renewable energy will build up a new desalination project in Agadir estimated at 82 Million Euros ($112).
The Moroccan National Electricity and Drinking Water Office (ONEE) preferred the Spanish corporation to build this new plant.
The said project will draw on Abengoa’s technological qualifications and competence, based on a desalination system using a water ultra filtration pre-treatment that will optimize the advanced reverse osmosis process.
The project will be the biggest of its kind in Morocco with a capacity to make 100 thousand cubic drinking water and supply around 800 thousand people on a daily basis.
The services will be based on Abengoa desalination method using a water ultra filtration pre-treatment that will optimize the advanced reverse osmosis process.
The plant will be critical to lay an end to supply shortages in the region, which has ongoing developments in the tourism and agriculture fields.