View of the OSMOSUN®80 60kWp solar generator

OSMOSUN®SW80 – Bora Bora, French Polynesia

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




The OSMOSUN®SW80 desalination plant, based in Bora Bora in the South Pacific, is operated by SUEZ to supply the local freshwater system with 240m3 / 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, 80m3 / day in complete autonomy, and when required by the local population, 160m3 powered by the local energy grid at night.