The pressing global demand of finding solutions for climate change is today´s problem that will influence tomorrow. With a mission to obtain desalinated fresh water and food with the help of renewable energy, Monsson Group, a leading company in renewable energy across the world, has officially launched its entry into the Qatari market. The company´s pilot project and first-of-its-kind in Qatar, the Reverse Osmosis Water Desalination Plant powered by renewable energy, is being driven by Costin Lupu, Director, Monsson Middle East & Africa. Bader Al-Sada and Ali Hussain Al-Sada are Beneficiaries of the pilot project. The reverse osmosis process, powered by renewable energy, is a ground-breaking development in Qatar offering fresh desalinated water with low energy cost and consumption. Hussain Al-Sada believes that it is the way forward and the perfect solution for addressing increasing energy demands without tapping into precious fossil fuel reserves. Reportedly, Lupu has shared that in Qatar, the company´s objective is to find technical solutions for the production of fresh drinking water in a sustainable way, that´s not dependent on fossil energy. The new desalination plant has numerous advantages over traditional plants. It enables fresh water to be produced cheaper than the water purchased and transported by trucks. This technology also allows desalination plants and energy capacities to be extended to other locations. All put together, the plant is a revolutionary advancement in desalination ensuring efficiency and a significant cost saving.
It holds the promise for a sustainable renewable energy solution for Qatar in the years to come. Indeed, the launch of this project in Qatar is a stepping stone for the future.