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UN alarmed by escalation between Israel and Palestine

Anadolu Agency 14 May 2021
Given the limited fuel reserves, Gaza’s sole power plant operates on only two of its four turbines, resulting in rolling daily power cuts of 8-12 hours. The North Gaza Seawater Desalination Plant is still not operational, affecting an estimated 250,000 people’s access to clean drinking water.
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Modular Molten Salt Nuclear Power for Maritime Propulsion

The Maritime Executive 14 May 2021
Power output ... The generating system would run on steam power and used seawater to cool the condensers when required when operating at elevated levels of output, with potential for organic Rankine-cycle engines to convert a portion of the exhaust heat to useable power.
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Rooftop CPV-thermal tech to produce electricity and freshwater

PV Magazine 12 May 2021
It was built with several concentrated photovoltaic/thermal (CPV-T) collectors, a hot water tank, a V-MEMD module, a seawater feed tank, and a distillate tank ... The proposed system was assembled with several concentrated photovoltaic/thermal (CPV-T) collectors, a hot water tank, a V-MEMD module, a seawater feed tank, and a distillate tank.
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Architecture, planning and urban design: Airport-driven city/aerotropolis

The Manila Times 12 May 2021
THE usual consideration for real estate is location, location, location ... Gateway cities ... In addition, the airport is lauded for its environment-friendly initiatives like its use of electric-powered airside vehicles for airport operations, the use of sustainable seawater as a cooling medium, and establishing a wastewater treatment plant on-site ... .
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Massive nor'easter turns deadly, affects more than 50M people

CBS News 11 May 2021
... East Coast are getting swamped by heavy rain, and a surge of seawater.
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Developing Prospects for Oceanic Geothermal Energy Conversion

The Maritime Executive 10 May 2021
Heated Deep Seawater ... Increased interest in expanding carbon-free electric power generation would likely prompt initiatives to access Iceland’s offshore high-temperature deep-seawater for the purpose of developing higher temperature ocean thermal energy conversion.
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Dubai's Shuaa Capital exits from Abu Dhabi utility company MIPCO

Gulf News 06 May 2021
The company operates a power generation and seawater desalination plant in the Al Dhafra region, with a net power capacity of 1600MW and a net water capacity of 52.5 MIGD, contracted under the Power and Water Purchase Agreement (PWPA).
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Dubai’s SHUAA sells 20% stake in Mirfa International Power and Water Company to Japanese investor

Arab News 06 May 2021
SHUAA Capital has sold its 20 percent equity stake in Mirfa International Power and Water Company (MIPCO), to Japan’s Sojitz Corporation (Sojitz) ... The company developed and operates a power generation and seawater desalination plant in the Al Dhafra region of Abu Dhabi, with a 1600MW net power capacity and a 52.5 MIGD net water capacity ... ....
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Shuaa sells 20% stake in Mipco to Japanese group

Gulf Daily News 06 May 2021
The company developed and operates a power generation and seawater desalination plant in the Al Dhafra region of Abu Dhabi, with a net power capacity of 1600MW and a net water capacity of 52.5 MIGD, contracted under the Power and Water Purchase Agreement (PWPA).
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SHUAA sells 20% stake in Mirfa International Power and Water Company to Japanese Sojitz

Urdu Point 06 May 2021
The company has developed and operated a power generation and seawater desalination plant in the Al Dhafra region of Abu Dhabi, with a net power capacity of 1600MW and a net water capacity of 52.5 million gallons per day (MIGD), contracted under the Power and Water Purchase Agreement (PWPA).
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Opinion: Massive water pipelines, veganism and other reader ideas for fighting the drought

The Los Angeles Times 01 May 2021
Seawater is an unlimited resource. Construction of two solar powered seawater desalination plants in California could provide treated water to both the San Joaquin and Imperial valleys with crop irrigation and drinking water for consumption by humans and animals.
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Japan's Reports on Conditions at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, 27 April 2021

IAEA 30 Apr 2021
On 27 April 2021, Japan provided the IAEA with a copy of a�report�on the discharge record and the seawater monitoring results at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station during March, which the Ministry of Foreign Aff ... .
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Questions linger about environmental impact of Poseidon plant

The Los Angeles Times 28 Apr 2021
Newsom pushes private seawater desalting plant over local and environmental opposition ... Poseidon would screen the power plant’s offshore intake pipe, which is big enough for a tractor-trailer to drive through, and use it to feed the desalter with 106 million gallons a day of seawater.
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Interview: Expert warns of health risks by nuclear-contaminated water if dumped into ocean

China.dot.org 25 Apr 2021
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has stored 1.25 million tons of water in tanks after the 2011 accident. The seawater was used to cool the reactors, which melted down following the earthquake and tsunami. The plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company, known as TEPCO, ...
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New Faces of Farmers: Bringing African Youth Back to Agriculture

Egyptian Streets 23 Apr 2021
Courtesy of Nigerian Young Farmers Network ... Courtesy of Nigerian Young Farmers Network ... Courtesy of Nigerian Young Farmers Network ... The city will host 50,000 smart greenhouses, seawater desalination and solar power plants, as well as planting of water-saving strategic crops, and the establishment of fish farms and feed factories ... Source. century.co.ke.

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