Two interesting partnerships were announced this week – Oakmall & Doosan and Enzen & Ciel et Terre. Both partnerships seek to explore the use of solar technologies in water treatment projects. Read more on these stories and others below:
- A joint venture between Oakmall Pty Ltd of Queensland, Australia, and Doosan of the Republic of Korea is planning a 265,000 m³/d seawater desalination plant in Cyprus that will utilize solar thermal technology to provide energy for multi-stage flash distillation.
- The city-based energy and environment consultancy Enzen Global Solutions, has announced its partnership with France-based Ciel et Terre to jointly develop water treatment and solar power projects. In the same development, a memorandum of understanding between the two firms was facilitated by the European Business and Technology Centre.
- RWL Water Group acquired Eurotec WTT as part of a growth strategy to expand their waste-to-energy offerings and provide a singular advantage to middle market customers seeking full-service capabilities to handle their water concerns.
- Korean firm GS Engineering & Construction will acquire Obrascon Huarte Lain’s (OHL) subsidiary OHL Medio Ambiente Inima for €231m. The deal is part of OHL’s plan to reduce its net recourse debt, with