French Minister for Foreign Trade Nicole Bricq lauded here on Wednesday the efforts by Kuwait's Ministry of Electricity and Water in the development of power generation and water distillation, which is witnessing a remarkable development in the region.
Accompanied by Undersecretary of the ministry of electricity and water Ahmad Al-Jassar, Bricq, who is currently visiting the country, took a field tour of southern Al-Zour power station and looked at the reverse osmosis system to produce water project, operated by the ministry.
Following her field round, she praised in a press statement the remarkable development that the ministry has reached in the field of water production and electricity generation, noting that the reverse osmosis system is one of the pioneering projects in the region.
On his part, Al-Jassar affirmed the ministry's keenness on development and growth of technologies used in water distillation process, as well as in increasing its capability in line with the latest in modern global systems and technologies.
Moreover, he added that Kuwait applies the reverse osmosis and evaporation system to many stages of water distillation procedure, pointing out that there are new available technologies that would combine these processes and technologies and enjoy better results, known as multi-effect distillation.