OSMOSUN® 13 SW – Rodrigues Island, Mauritius

This OSMOSUN® sea water unit produces 80 m3 of clean water per day, operating only with solar energy, without batteries, and 160 m3 every night, powered by the local energy grid.




The OSMOSUN® 13 SW desalination plant, based in Caverne Bouteille, on Rodrigues’ Island in Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, is operated by the Water Department of the Rodrigues’ Regional Assembly, to supply the local freshwater system with 240 m3 per day. The unit is fed with raw water with 35 g/L salinity through a beach well drilled in coral subsoil. The unit produces, along with the sun exposure, 80 m3 per day in complete autonomy, and when required by the local population, 160 m3 powered by the local energy grid at night.

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