Two of the orders will ship in the second quarter of 2016 and the third is expected to ship in the fourth quarter of 2016.

Energy Recovery estimates the devices will reduce the power consumption for all three projects by 10.5 MW, saving over 90 GWh of energy per year.
Energy Recovery president and CEO Joel Gay said: “We are extremely proud of our company's work in North Africa, where we continue to deploy installations of our Pressure Exchanger to help bolster critical water resources in the region. This continues our momentum to build our ever-increasing market share among major desalination projects around the world.”