TAQA’s roots lie in the provision of power and water desalination capabilities in Abu Dhabi, and this has remained a key part of its business.
TAQA owns a majority interest in eight power generation and water desalination facilities in the United Arab Emirates and provides more than 90 per cent of the Emirate's electricity and water requirements.
Building on its position as an established and trusted utility company, TAQA has expanded its power operations to include six countries outside the UAE: Ghana, India, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
TAQA has a total gross power generation capacity of 17,410 MW and a water desalination capacity of 917 MIGD.
TAQA has significant interests in power generation facilities in seven countries, from full ownership to partial investment
|United Arab Emirates||Taweelah A2||54%||Natural gas||770 MW (50 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Taweelah A1||54%||Natural gas||1,600 MW (84 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Taweelah B||54%||Natural gas||2,000 MW (163 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Shuweihat S1||54%||Natural gas||1,500 MW (100 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Umm al Nar||54%||Natural gas||2,256 MW (160 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Fujairah 1||54%||Natural gas||861 MW (100 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Fujairah 2||54%||Natural gas||2,000 MW (130 MIGD)|
|United Arab Emirates||Shuweihat S2||54%||Natural gas||1,500 MW (100 MIGD)|
|Morocco||Jorf Lasfar||85.79%||Coal||2,056 MW|
|Oman||Sohar Aluminium||40%||Natural gas||1,000 MW|
|India||Neyveli ST-CMS||99.9%||Lignite||250 MW|
|Saudi Arabia||Jubail Cogeneration Plant||25%||Natural gas||250 MW|
|Ghana||Takoradi T2||90%||Tri-fuel||330 MW|
|United States||Red Oak||JV with rights to output||Natural gas||832 MW|
|United States||Lakefield Wind Farm||50%||Wind||205.5 MW|