Acciona Signs Deals for Desalination Plants in Algeria and the UAE

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united arab emirates, ABU DHABI

— Acciona Agua of Spain has signed contracts to build desalination plants in Algeria and the United Arab Emirates.

The company will build a $184.9 million plant in Fouka, Algeria, with Canada's SNC Lavalin, and the state-owned Algerian Energy Company and Sonatrach.

Construction will start by the end of this year and be completed in 2010.