Singapore, May 15, 2013 – Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (Veolia) announces a contract win to provide a deionized water (DIW) system for a new power plant.
As part of this new project, Veolia will design, procure, test and commission a DIW system for the new plant, which is set to be one of the most critical sources of power for the Kaohsiung region in the southwest of Taiwan.
Prior to this appointment, the same company had engaged Veolia to construct a DIW plant in the Linkou district. As a state-owned enterprise, the end-user had high expectations when it came to the quality and safety of water treatment solutions. With firsthand experience through the Linkou project and global experience in the power generation industry, Veolia gained an in-depth understanding of Taiwan power’s specific needs, and as a result, was able to propose a solution that complied with the strict requirements.
Carlo PATTERI, Business Development Director, Design & Build Projects, South East Asia Industrial, said “Veolia is delighted to work on this new project in Taiwan. This endorsement by a major Taiwanese power company enhances our reputation as a keen provider of quality and reliable water treatment solutions. We look forward to further strengthening our presence in the local and international energy markets.”