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Over 99% of renewable desalination capacity has been installed in developed countries.
Prompted by competitive prices with with fossil fuel generated electricity, utilities are increasingly evaluating renewable technologies, such as wind, solar, and biogas, for deployment in their water and wastewater applications.
Reese Tisdale, President, Bluefield Research
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