Fluence wins US$3.6mn water treatment contract for power plant in Saudi Arabia

Fluence Corporation has secured a US $3.6 million contract to provide a containerized ultra-pure water treatment and demineralization system for the Saudi Electric Company’s Rabigh Power Plant in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia map with hologram effect.
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The project is the third collaboration over the last year between Fluence and customer and partner El Sewedy Electric PSP. Work is expected to start immediately with system start-up anticipated by May 2025.

Saudi Electric will construct the new combined cycle power plant at Rabigh. Phase 1 of the project includes a gas-fired, combined cycle power plant with a total net capacity of 1,200 MW + 15%. Fluence will be providing a water pretreatment and demineralization system, featuring Nirobox containerized treatment technology.

Steven Scheidler, general manager of Fluence’s Municipal Water & Wastewater Group, said: “We are excited to have yet another opportunity to support El Sewedy Electric in providing our containerized solutions for ultra-pure and demineralized solutions. Our solution will involve cooperation between multiple business units within Fluence demonstrating our strong commitment to solving our customer’s challenges while executing our global strategy of One Fluence.”