On World Water Day, Almar Water Solutions supports the United Nations making visible the importance of groundwater and investing in the development of sustainable water infrastructure, to build a better world. Get in and discover how in our latest video!
To mark the one-year anniversary of the deal with the Ridgewood Group, we spoke to Jose Ignacio de la Fuente, Managing Director Ridgewood at Almar Water Solutions, about progress over the last 12 months and his plans for the future.
Water and energy are vital for human wellbeing and sustainable socioeconomic development. Although overlooked by many at first, the role of both water and energy in achieving all the SDGs is now widely acknowledged.
We have reached the last of the interviews in the Shuqaiq 3 series. Carlos Cosín, Chief Executive Officer of Almar Water Solutions, part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, discusses the progress of the Shuqaiq 3 water desalination project in Saudi Arabia, and explains its significance for both the country and for Almar Water Solutions.
In our latest feature article on the landmark project, we spoke to Santiago Martínez, Managing Director, Concessions at Almar Water Solutions and board member of the SPV managing the project, to discuss why water structure investment is such a vital issue, and how Shuqaiq 3 fits into this picture.
In the latest from our Key People Interview Series on the Shuqaiq 3 desalination project, Luis Morales, technical director, talks about the Shuqaiq 3 technical challenges and the innovations taken to minimize the environmental impact of the plant.
Fady Jameel, Abdul Latif Jameel Deputy President and Vice Chairman, discusses Abdul Latif Jameel’s involvement in the Shuqaiq 3 independent water desalination plant in Saudi Arabia, one of the largest desalination projects in the world today.
Mohammad Al Murci, Chief Executive Officer of Shuqaiq Three Company for Water – S3CW the SVP set up to manage the development of the project, discusses progress to date and outlines some of the challenges that have been successfully overcome.
The increase in wine consumption in recent decades has led to a rise in the number of vineyards and wineries around the world. Today, this increased production of grapes and wine, combined with droughts and climate change, mean that now, more than ever, water needs to be used efficiently and sustainably in both cultivation and the wine production process.