VA Tech Wabag secures $100 million contract in UAE

VA Tech Wabag has secured an order worth $100 million USD for engineering and procurement activities at a seawater reverse osmosis plant in the United Arab Emirates.

The project, located at the Hassyan Power & Water Complex in Dubai is expected to commence in 2023 as part of Dubai’s Clean Energy Strategy 2050. The aim is to produce 120 million imperial gallons per day and will utilise solar power.

Deep Raj Saxena, CEO, Middle East & Africa cluster, VA Tech Wabag, said, “This is a significant breakthrough for Wabag in the UAE, enabling us to showcase our technical capabilities and innovative solutions to ensure timely completion of this prestigious, challenging and fast-track desalination project of national importance with team Utico and Green EPC. With our first order in UAE, we have further consolidated our presence in the middle east region in line with our long-term vision.”

The WABAG Group is head quartered in Chennai, South India.



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