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Wind Driven Reverse Osmosis Desalination for Concrete Factory Application in Kuwait
Journal of Clean Energy Technologies
For decades, brackish and seawater desalination has been a solution for the shortage of fresh water, mostly in arid areas. However, desalination is an energy intensive technology and its energy cost stays very high even in countries producing fossil fuels, as in the case of Kuwait. The consumption of water per capita is very high in Kuwait, at 500 liters per person per day, due to the long summer season with high temperature that easily exceeds 45C. Interest in generating fresh water in Kuwaitdoi:10.7763/jocet.2016.v4.269 fatcat:35kzirezwvckjgrk5mjyd35j4y