Water scarcity in the India and around the globe is becoming a significant problem due to limited availability of freshwater resources and the high cost of transporting fresh water from distant sources to water demand areas. This situation has led to a renewed focus on developing seawater as alternative sources of potable water. In addition, water infrastructure energy use and the carbon footprint of water consumption have both emerged as critical issues. Therefore, water and energy nexus implications are integral to the feasibility of developing seawater.
Nippon Koei India enables its customers to reduce their plant’s life cycle costs and improve operational reliability through various reviews from the early stages of their plant, by providing an integrated approach in execution and O&M solution.
Nippon Koei India converts the information related to plant design, construction, and operation into big data by integrating with ICT. By using big data, NKI can reduce plant maintenance costs and provide advanced O&M services.