February flew by so fast and we’re about to finish the first quarter of the year already. From left to right, we hear fascinating stories about organizations, companies and even individuals who are creating their own marks in the engineering community. GineersNow’s mission is to share these wonderful stories and the latest news in our attempt to educate and inspire every engineer in different parts of the world.
For this month, we have prepared a special issue for GineersNow: Power and Water Leaders. Featuring International Desalination Association (IDA) on our cover, learn more about the company and the people behind it. With a goal to connect people and ideas to water solutions, IDA is committed to development and promotion of the appropriate use of desalination and desalination technology globally in water supply, water reuse, water pollution control, water purification, water treatment and other water sciences and technology.
With over 2,600 core members located in 60 countries and an additional 4,000 affiliate members, IDA takes pride in its wide range of professionals – from scientists, utilities and other end-users, engineers, consultants to financiers, developers, researchers and students representing governments, corporations and academia. As part of this month’s spotlight on IDA, get the chance to know some of its members: Acciona Agua, AEDyR, TOYOBO, PUB Singapore, PakDA, Almar Water Solutions, SUEZ, Aquatech, WSTA and Future Pipe Industries.
We have also included special power and water feature articles on the magazine this month such as the following:
- China Plans To Install 120,000 Public EV Charging Piles by 2020
- MIT Develops A Way To Increase Thermal Electricity Threefold
- Renewable Energy in Middle East Will Triple by 2035, Siemen Says
So go ahead, scroll through our pages and read the latest stories concerning our water and power resources. Take the opportunity to be informed about IDA’s plans to make water accessible and sustainable to several communities around the world and how you can join them in charting the course to a bright future.