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RABIGH 3 IWP – Phase 3

ACWA Power submitted the lowest tariff at 0.53USD/m3 and was appointed to develop the desalination plant alongside the Saudi Brothers Commercial Company (SBCC) in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia. Rabigh 3 IWP will utilize reverse osmosis (RO) technology to produce a capacity of 600,000 cubic meters/day. The innovative design of this plant ensures the highest efficiency, reliability, and capability for any comparable plant in the world. The water output will serve the water demand of Makkah al-Mukarramah and Jeddah. This will ensure consistent, reliable, and steady water provides to the citizens of the two cities and villages, especially during demand peak time such as the Holy Month of Ramadan and Hajj seasons.

The Rabigh 3 IWP is being procured under a 25-year build-own-operate (BOO) agreement and will initiation commercial operation in Q1 2022.

KEY FACTS

LOCATIONRabigh, Western Saudi Arabia
DESALINATED WATER (‘000 m3/day)600 m3/day
CONFIGURATIONSWRO
PROJECT COSTUSD 750 Mn
COMMERCIAL OPERATIONAL DATEQ1 2022
ACWA POWER SHARE70.00%
OFFTAKE CONTRACTPWPA–BOO–25 YR
PROJECT COMPANYRabigh Three Company
ACWA Power

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