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IDE Assets, is a water and wastewater project development company.  Using the water expertise of IDE Technologies, we identify, develop, design, finance, own and operate large water infrastructure projects worldwide.  

IDE Assets – Water Sale Program


IDE Assets, is a water and wastewater project development company. Using the water expertise of IDE Technologies, we identify, develop, design, finance, own and operate large water infrastructure projects worldwide.
With experience dating back to the late 20th century, IDE is a world pioneer in the development of PPP projects in the water field. World class understanding in all disciplines in the water technology market, and unrivaled experience in operation and maintenance of large and complicated water infrastructure projects, allow IDE to optimize the most effective and secured solution to its valuable offtakes.
A Partnership approach at the forefront of our activities allows efficient risk allocation and the delivery of the most advanced, robust, and most importantly – cost-effective outcome to the offtaker, in the shortest possible time.

Our broad experience in Private Public Partnerships across three continents, including some of the world’s largest and most advanced plants, coupled with the technological support of IDE and the financial strength and flexibility of its owners– IDE leads the water development market and provides an attentive and flexible solutions to its clients and partners.
Among IDE’s highlight features:
• 20 years of experience in O&M of large desalination plants.
• A large portfolio of patents for seawater reverse osmosis and thermal desalination, as well as wastewater treatment.
• Flexibility in different finance structure schemes.
• A highly skilled, responsive, professional and experienced team
The Company activities are split into two main areas:
The Assets Management Division is responsible for the overall global management of the company Water Assets, including O&M of IDE plants worldwide, water production and management of concessionaires.
The Development Division is responsible for developing new water facilities, including financing and operating large-scale water and wastewater infrastructure projects under PPP schemes, as well as other Water-Sale schemes.
IDE Assets combines the experience and expertise of IDE Projects such as designing, constructing, and operating mega-size water infrastructure projects, with financing ability and in-depth familiarity with risk-management and the public sector. This combination is what puts IDE Assets at the forefront of PPP development projects, in Israel and worldwide.

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