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Future of Water mobilizes international Specialists in Rio

More than 100 specialists from countries such as USA, France, Spain, South Africa and Chile, in addition to Brazilians, arrive in Rio de Janeiro, in November, to debate the the future of water on the planet. It is the Rio Water Week, the world’s most important event on water issues, that for the first time will be held in Brazil.

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Controlled Thermal Resources and Hatch partner to revolutionize Lithium Production using geothermal Power

Controlled Thermal Resources (CTR) announced the launch of the company’s $1.8-billion Hell’s Kitchen lithium-geothermal project at the CG/LA North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum. The project’s available lithium carbonate equivalent is estimated at approximately 76,000 tonnes per annum and will use 100 percent renewable baseload geothermal power. Hatch has been and will continue to support the project’s technology development and will provide engineering and project execution services.

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Juwi: PV Hybrid Project on the Great Barrier Reef

On the 30th of August 2018 Juwi Renewable Energy signed an agreement with the University of Queensland to deliver a high penetration solar, battery hybrid power solution at the Heron Island Research Station located in the Great Barrier Reef under an EPC contract. The project consists of a 500kW roof top installation combined with a 0.6MWh vanadium flow battery integrated with diesel generators using a microgrid control system. This project is expected to deliver over 80% of the research facilities annual electricity needs and be operational in mid-2019.

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Bauer Group commissioned to expand the World’s biggest constructed Wetland Treatment Plant in Oman

 

In October 2017 the Bauer Group was awarded the contract to expand the world’s biggest industrial constructed wetland in the Sultanate of Oman on behalf of Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), the leading oil and gas exploration and production company in the country. The plant's first stage was completed in 2011 by the local subsidiary of Bauer Resources GmbH (Bauer Nimr LLC). The flagship project for treating contaminated water from oil extraction in the Sultanate of Oman in Nimr has won numerous international awards for excellence in sustainability, innovation and safety.

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