SH+E to build desalination plant in Senegal

Reuters: German water treatment group SH+E is to build a 660 million euro ($840 million) desalination plant on Senegal's coast in what would be the first project of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa. The project will be mostly funded by German and Turkish private investors and will produce 100,000 cubic meters of water, 400,000 KWh of electricity, and one tonne of salt per day, APIX, a Senegal government agency in charge of promoting private investment in the west African state, said on Friday. APIX did......

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