The Saudi Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) has produced a new Guinness World Record for the lowest energy consumption for a water desalination plant, with an impressive 2.27 kW/h per cubic meter of desalinated water.
This new triumph is the most recent of several records and milestones that SWCC has reached, further strengthening its international standing as a leader in the desalination industry. It is now fully committed to continuing to move forwards to carry out the objectives of the Kingdom’s long-term Vision 2030 strategy by utilizing local content and expertise in all its current and future expansion projects, said a statement from SWCC.
Utilizing local content and expertise in all its current and future expansion projects
SWCC has been investing in its engineering and research expertise to drive design innovation further than ever before, with a company spokesperson commenting: “Our objective is to supply high-efficiency, low-energy consuming and flexible desalination plants, by utilizing the efforts of our national cadres who were at the center of this new global record that enhanced the operational efficiency and reduced energy consumption to unprecedented levels.
“The new eco-friendly reverse osmosis plants were designed using the latest global standards and will complement the supply chain and further reduce operational costs.
“The entire system is operated by an integrated control system employing the latest technologies and specifications and is highly mobile, given the ease and flexibility of the assembly process of its various units.”