Monsson finishes desalination plant in Qatar; Group is key investor in Romania renewable sector

Newsroom 25/03/2016 | 13:45

Renewable developer Monsson, which has sold several wind projects in Romania, has finished works on a special desalination plant, which is powered by solar energy, in Qatar.

Ali Hussain Al-Sada, the beneficiary of the installation, said this was a revolutionary project for Qatar, which can offers fresh water at lower prices and with a more efficient power consumption.

Monsson has opened its office in Qatar earlier this month.

Sebastian Enache, the development director of Monsson, said the company is looking to develop technical solutions in countries that want to produce drinkable water without relying on fossil fuels.

“We are hoping to expand this technology in the whole region and in other countries where drinkable water is a real problem,” said Enache.

In a separate project, Monsson is working with Dutch specialists on developing a greenhouse unit that can be used in the dessert.

The group has completed wind projects with a combined installed capacity of 7GW, in over 15 countries.

In Romania, Monsson sold a 600MW wind farm to Czech utility CEZ. It has also sold other wind projects to OMV Petrom, Butan Gas and STEAFG.

The group has 500 employees and is present in over 25 countries.

Ovidiu Posirca

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