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Our proven track record

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water treatment facilities used at our project sites

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gallons per day raw water capacity at our power plants

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clean energy projects in our portfolio
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How desalination works

Desalination removes impurities from seawater to deliver a reliable water source for industrial and municipal needs. This technology is energy intensive and increasingly uses renewable energy to deliver sustainable outcomes for customers.
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    Desalination begins with seawater intake.
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    The next step is pre-treatment of the water.
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    Then demineralization occurs through reverse osmosis.
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    After demineralization comes post-treatment.
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    Fresh water is stored for delivery.
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    Water is delivered to customers.
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Why clean water

In many parts of the U.S. and around the world, clean water infrastructure development is not keeping pace with growing water demands. Groundwater from aquifers and surface water from lakes, rivers and reservoirs have limited availability and aren’t enough to meet an increasing need for clean water.
Tapping into alternative water sources and developing seawater desalination projects will help increase the amount of clean water available to accommodate growing water demands without depleting our freshwater resources.
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Featured project in development

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Brazosport Clean Water
Brazosport Clean Water, a state-of-the art seawater desalination center, will serve the growing needs for clean, reliable water in the Houston region by providing 25 million gallons a day of reliable water for residential and industrial uses — enough water for about 110,000 Texas households. The output from Brazosport Clean Water will reduce the usage of surface water, which is prone to drought, as well as groundwater, where overreliance can lead to subsistence. The facility is expected to begin operations in 2029 and can grow with future needs.
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