ACWA Power Showcases its Solutions in Renewable Energy at WETEX
ACWA Power, a leading Saudi developer, is set to showcase its key role in driving the transition globally at the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) and Dubai Solar Show, led by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA).
ACWA Power will demonstrate its pioneering solutions and technologies in solar, water, wind and green hydrogen implemented in mega-scale projects, elaborating on its successful develop, invest, operate and optimise model.
Paddy Padmanathan, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ACWA Power, said: “As the world continues to grapple with the mounting impact of climate change, it is clear that the way forward is through a clear and committed road map of sustainable change.
"At ACWA Power, we are proud that our pioneering technologies in green energy and water desalination are enabling nations across the world to fast track the transition to clean energy and water without compromising progress”.
During this year’s WETEX, ACWA Power will showcase its develop, invest, operate and optimise business model and the integration of state-of-the-art technologies utilised in the company’s noteworthy projects spanning 13 countries.
The projects include Noor Energy 1, the fourth phase of the mega Mohamed Bin Rashid Solar Park, notable for being the largest single-site concentrated solar power plant in the world, Saudi’s Rabigh 3 independent water plant, and Egypt’s Suez Wind Energy, a 1.1 GW wind farm.