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The state government is considering selling off a suite of assets, and the two projects were added to the list on Thursday. Premier Campbell Newman described them as "white elephants" that were dragging the state's finances down. The $2.6 billion
Euro ($13.7-million) EU grant. The plant at Deir al-Balah in the centre of the territory is expected to become operational in 2015, and will supply fresh water to people in Khan Yunis and Rafah in the south.
It is needed to produce electricity, it is needed to grow crops, and the average person needs around two to four liters of fresh water a day just for drinking. Fresh water is, unfortunately, not as plentiful as it should be. The average North
Struggling Victorian families have been hit hard by big increases in water bills, prompting the Salvation Army to urge the Napthine government to provide financial help in the coming state budget. The Salvos' state budget submission says water price
17 New Delhi: Government today cleared central assistance of over Rs 871 crore for construction of a sea water desalination plant in Chennai. Rs 871.246 crore towards construction of sea water reverse osmosis desalination plant and external
The Associated Press In this Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, Turkish Cypriot farmer Hasan Eligon stands next to a goat pen on his farm in the village of Kirni in the breakaway northern, Turkish Cypriot part of ethnically split Cyprus. Cyprus (AP) Mehmet
February, 2014 First NZ-Built Solar Station' Arrives In Vanuatu to Bring Fresh Water to 11,000 People This week, SolarCity NZ's first containerised Solar Station' arrives in Vanuatu, as the first of a series designed to power fresh water production
Abu Dhabi National Energy Compay plans to build a water desalination plant in the United Arab Emirates to meet rising demand, the state-owned utility said on Tuesday...Construction is expected to start in early 2015 and commercial operations in 2017,
Pre-qualification tender for 40MW plant out Utico, which has been at the forefront of affordable and sustainable utilities development across the Middle East, has called for pre-qualifications for a 40MW solar power development project in Ras Al
Veolia Environement said yesterday it had won a contract worth 320 million euros to build a desalination plant at the Az Zour North complex in Kuwait by the end of 2016. The plant will have a daily production capacity of 486,400 cubic meters of water.