Almar Water Solutions officially launched during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week at the World Future Energy Summit
Almar Water Solutions is a specialist provider of technical capabilities and expertise for water infrastructure development, including design, financing and operation. Its dedicated team of professionals has more than 20 years experience in 25 markets.
Almar Water Solutions was established as part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy & Environmental Services. Abdul Latif Jameel was founded in 1945 and now is one of the most well-respected business in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey (MENAT region), with operations in more than 30 countries and with over 17,000 employees worldwide.
Roberto de Diego Arozamena, Chief Executive Officer of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, stated: “Abdul Latif Jameel Energy’s strategy is to focus on renewable energies such as solar, wind, waste-to-energy, hydro power alongside integrated environmental services. Through the establishment of Almar Water Solutions, Abdul Latif Jameel Energy is uniquely placed with our renewable energy and water treatment solutions. Almar will invest in water projects globally, with a core focus on Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.”
The unique combination of this expertise and innovative business structure makes Almar Water Solutions the preferred and trusted partner to develop tailored infrastructure solutions. It will also operate, maintain and manage the assets after construction, offering sustainable water cycle management solutions in the execution of the projects it develops.
During his presentation, Carlos Cosin, Chief Executive Officer of Almar Water Solutions, said: “We want to be a recognized leading player in the water sector, able to provide commercial solutions to the challenges of achieving sustainable development. Abdul Latif Jameel Energy’s expertise and extensive global reach will strengthen our efforts to do so. By combining water treatment services with a renewable energy offering we can also help reduce costs and the environmental impact.”