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The lawmakers had also asked the government to formulate a comprehensive strategy for the desalinating the seawater domestic consumption.
There was a significant water shortage in 14 cities of Hormozgan, he said, adding that the serious problem of access to fresh water resources within the province can be resolved by desalinating seawater.
The GOWD will also take up work to establish the largest station for desalinating water using solar energy at Al-Khafji city, with a capacity of 30,000 cubic meter of desalinated water.
The project has gained in importance as successive droughts have forced Cypriots to resort to high-cost schemes of procuring water, such as desalinating seawater or shipping fresh water from Greece.
An electrical current passing into the membrane should drive most of the sodium ions from one tank into the other -- desalinating the water in the first tank.
The technologies and costs of desalinating these two types of water differ.
Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), the government agency managing desalinating sea water and the second largest electric power producer in Saudi Arabia, is developing these new facilities.
8 kilowatt-hours of energy is required to desalinate 220 imperial gallons of water, and Dr Mohammad Gadalla is well aware of the cost and energy expenses in desalinating water for the UAE.
These polymers have demonstrated ability - including but not limited to - saving energy, desalinating water, making comfortable and protective clothing, and inhibiting growth of organisms on water immersed objects.
Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), Saudi Arabia's government agency responsible for desalinating sea water, has awarded a contract to Swiss power group ABB for a desalination project.
In addition, TIPS removes and recovers carbon dioxide (CO2) in liquid form which can be reused in a number of commercial applications, including a low-cost alternative for desalinating water, secondary and tertiary oil recovery, and methane production.
The system will be desalinating this water up to 90 percent, with minimum energy consumption level of 0.
In addition, TIPS removes and recovers carbon dioxide (CO2) in liquid form which can be reused in a number of commercial applications, including a cost-effective alternative for desalinating water, secondary and tertiary oil recovery, and methane production.
In addition to energy consumption, researchers will address many other technical, economic and environmental factors associated with desalinating seawater.
We believe that energy consumption and environmental impact are the largest impediments to desalinating seawater," stated Kevin L.