Desalination has set a world record in the “Guinness Book of World Records” for the lowest energy-consuming desalination plant in the world at 2.27 kilowatt / hour per cubic meter of desalinated water in the new desalination plant, to enhance its global leadership in the desalination industry, to continue its plans to achieve the goals of the Kingdom’s vision 2030, and empowering local content in all its current and future development projects.
Al-Tahlia invested its engineering and research expertise to expand the design innovation, implementation and supply of the new high-efficiency desalination plant that consumes less energy and is more flexible in operation and mobility, with the efforts of its national cadres that contributed to reaching this new global record, which enhances operational efficiency and contributes to reducing consumption Energy to unprecedented levels with tireless effort with its research institute over a period of 7 months.
Its new plant operates with environmentally friendly reverse osmosis technology, which has been implemented with the latest international specifications and standards to develop supply chains, reduce operational costs, and achieve profitable financial returns, with ease and smooth disassembly and transfer of all parts of the plant, as it is fully operated with an integrated control system with the latest technologies. This plant applies pioneering advanced technologies and an innovative design philosophy that has contributed to reducing the total energy to these standard levels. The station is a mobile seawater intake system that works with the latest energy recovery technology (ERD), and is equipped with highly efficient pumps.