85 articles about "Aqualia"
The policy thrust in the Nigerian infrastructure sector is now heavily geared towards PPPs, following a presidential water summit earlier this year.
FCC’s decision to exit its long-running Proactiva joint venture with Veolia will allow aqualia to develop its regional business strategy in a new way. Richard Weyndling spoke to aqualia’s new CEO Félix Parra.
Egypt’s PPP programme has been beset by problems since the revolution of 2011. Both the government and the private sector have acknowledged there is no alternative but to look for ways to make privatisation work.
Veolia is to take control of Proactiva, its joint venture with aqualia for water and waste projects in the Latin American market.
Spain’s economic crisis has created a climate conducive to cutting corners. The water concessions market is struggling to escape the contagion.
The Jordan Red Sea Project looks likely to kick off with a 200,000m3/d desalination plant at Aqaba on the Red Sea, rather than a 600,000m3/d facility on the Dead Sea.
Now that the revolution is over, the weakness of Egypt’s economy is the biggest challenge facing its wastewater infrastructure plans. The head of the country’s PPP unit remains confident.
Impending legislation in Spain should support Acciona Agua’s increased focus on the service element of its offering. Development director Alejandro Jiménez talked to Richard Weyndling.
The construction wing of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has been awarded a contract by the Ministry of Energy to construct a 100 million m3/yr (274,000m3/d) RO desalination plant on the shore of the Caspian Sea.
Who’s who among the Czech international private water operators?