5.9 million M3 day
of desalinated water
We are a developer, investor, co-owner and operator of a portfolio of power and desalinated water
ACWA Power Projects formed in 2004, the forerunner of present day ACWA Power
Reliably delivering electricity and desalinated water at low cost.
Our corporate governance philosophy is based on a legacy of ethical & transparent practices
We co-invest in our projects to ensure technical & operational control over its performance
We have 59 projects secured in 12 countries
The First National Operations & Maintenance Company (NOMAC), is our wholly owned subsidiary
Details about the range of power generation and desalination technologies
Our integrated Health, Safety & Environmental management system meet IFC’s guidelines
Corporate social responsibility is interwoven into our business model
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We are owned by a number of Saudi government institutions, IFC and Saudi conglomerates
Our Annual Reports highlight our operations and activities since 2009
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ACWA Power signed the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Government of Egypt in October 2018 to develop, finance, construct and operate the Kom Ombo photovoltaic (PV) plant (officially titled 1 x 200 MW KOM OMBO Solar PV Power Project). The plant will generate 200 MW and is expected to be completed during the third quarter of 2021. ACWA Power submitted the lowest tariff contracted to date for a solar energy project in North Africa. Once operational, Kom Ombo PV will cater to the power needs of 130 thousand households and offset 280 thousand tons of carbon dioxide per year. The construction and development of the Kom Ombo plant bolsters the efforts of the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy to increase the overall capacity of renewable energy to 20% by 2020.
Environmental & Social Impact Assessment, Volume 1 (Arabic)
Stakeholder Engagement Plan (English)
Environmental & Social Impact Assessment: Non-Technical Summary (Arabic) (English)
Environmental & Social Impact Assessment Volume 2: Main Text (English)
Environmental & Social Impact Assessment Volume 3: Framework for Environmental and Social Management (Contractors Management Plan) (English)
Environmental & Social Impact Assessment Volume 4: Appendices (English)
Kom Ombo PV IPP Appendices (English)
The Mafraq PV IPP project is a 50 MW solar photovoltaic plant located within the King Hussein...
The NOOR PV I Programme will consist of three projects: NOOR Ouarzazate IV with a capacity...
The Risha PV IPP project is a 50 MW solar photovoltaic plant located within the Risha area,...
This Project is a part of the Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy 2030. ACWA Power has been awarded...
ACWA Power developed, financed, built, own and operated three solar photovoltaic power plants...