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Saudi Arabia has no water and is looking for a “green” way to get it

Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

The full-fledged Saudi Arabia will have the heaviest smoke in the world of fossil fuels for many years to come. The company invests in technologies and expands its geopolitical influence through the internet and oceans. It is expected to take a little more than 15 years to fulfill its purpose.

There is only one problem. Big problem – no water.

For years, the full-fledged monopoly has been making the public drinkers sick, but they have a contract, and together with them – and the problems for the environment, writes “France Press” in its material, a response to alternative technologies that can save Saudi Arabia not just from thirst, but also from the ecological catastrophe.

Context: The site does not have a basement, but the rains on the ground and the renovation have always caused problems with the stickiness of the drinking water. Prince Mohammed al-Faysal is the inventor who first seriously considered the idea of supplying antartic ice, but then in 1970 he began to lose an unprecedented in terms of scale and infection type for the desalination of sea water.

Today, it produces 11.5 million cubic meters of water through 30 installations, through which households and agricultural producers are supplied at any time of the day and year. ata. The process, however, is not cheap. According to data from 2010, it required 1.5 million barrels per day – or 15% of today’s production. New data have not been presented to the public and the media.

The big challenge is the increasing population, which Prince Moxamed wants to be 100 million souls by 2040 to 32.2 million days. The capital city of Piedmont consumes 1.6 million cubic meters of water per day, and according to local estimates, by the end of this decade, this figure will increase to 6 million cubic meters.

Details: The rapid and large-scale hacking of immigration systems is a matter of “life and death” for Saudi Arabia, writes the historian Michael Christopher Low from the University of Uttah the one who researched the water supply problems of the city.

This is precisely what the West is doing, and it is possible that it will reach a conflict between water needs and ambitions for carbon neutrality in the world by 2060.

One of the ways to avoid this is the gradual replacement of the installations of fossil fuels with those that work on the principle of reverse osmosis. This is “Jazla” near the city of Jubail. It uses loop energy and is the first on the floor.

The goal is to save around 60,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. Solar power will increase 6-fold by 2025 – from 120 megawatts per day to 770 megawatts.

This will again be expensive, experts admit, but at least there will be a smaller effect on the surrounding area. And Caydite Apabia is not isolated from climatic changes and they can easily turn into such a big problem for the national security, as well as the lack of water.

Photo by Aleksandr Slobodianyk: https://www.pexels.com/photo/close-up-photo-of-water-drop-989959/

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