, New York, Toronto, Middle east, Dubai, Gulf, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Spain, China, India (PRWEB UK) 14 August 2012
London While the BBC reported that “Desalinated water costs maybe 15 times more than regular water”, NRG Experts Desalination Market Research Report has found that new technologies mean the costs of desalinated water are declining and that this figure is likely to decrease. This is due to technological advances, improvements in energy efficiency and an increase in the lifetime of desalination plants. Due to water stress, we are now seeing a growing desalination market.
Which desalination markets are growing the most?
- The Gulf area will continue to be the largest desalination market, with its rapidly growing populations, depleted ground water resources and the need for replacement capacity for old desalination plants.
- But the use of desalination is growing in the Mediterranean countries, too. Notably in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Spain.
- And China and India are both constructing desalination plants, due to their rapidly growing demand for water creating water stress.
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Source: Statistics and Data: NRG Expert’s Global Guide to Water and Waste Water Utilities Report, NRG Expert’s Global Desalination Report 2012
- Source BBC Shortages: Water supplies in crisis June 19.2012