Tesla Signed an Engineering Contract to Design Reverse Osmosis Trains for Giga Texas with H2O Innovation

by Eva Fox January 19, 2021

Tesla Signed an Engineering Contract to Design Reverse Osmosis Trains for Giga Texas with H2O Innovation

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H2O Innovation has secured the engineering contract to design two identical reverse osmosis trains with the largest electric vehicle manufacturer in the United States, the factory of which based in Texas. Although the company has not officially indicated that this is Tesla, all the facts point to exactly what it is.

On January 18, 2021, H2O Innovation announced that it was awarded the engineering contract on a capital equipment project for the largest electric vehicle manufacturer in the US, as well as four new municipal and industrial capital equipment projects. Further, in the description of the projects, the company indicated that H2O Innovation received an engineering contract to design two identical reverse osmosis lines, each with a capacity of 2200 m3/day, for an electric vehicle manufacturing factory located in Texas.

"The Corporation has secured the engineering contract to design two identical reverse osmosis (“ RO ”) trains, each rated at 2,200 m3/day, for an electric vehicle manufacturing plant located in Texas. Upon successful completion of the engineering work, a purchase order for construction and delivery of the equipment should be issued to the Corporation."

All of the above information indicates that a contract has been signed with Tesla for its new factory in Texas, which is currently under construction. Production is slated to start in 2021, and based on progress in construction, the company is on track.



H2O Innovation is a leader in customized water and wastewater treatment solutions using membrane technologies. The company designs and fabricates state-of-the-art, integrated water treatment systems for municipal, industrial, and commercial users, and specializes in applications for drinking water, water reuse, wastewater treatment, and industrial process water.

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