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以下の文の和訳をお願いします。 “While conventional seawater desalination methods account for 75 percent of the Gulf’s demand for water, the process is energy intensive and costly,” Sultan Al Jaber, the chief executive of Masdar, said during an interview. “Coupling renewable energy with the latest in desalination technologies is the logical next step, and it also provides an avenue to spur economic growth and address the region’s long-term water security.”

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「従来の淡水化技術は湾岸地方の淡水需要の75パーセントを満たしているが、その技術はエネルギー集約型であって、高くつきます」と、サルタン・アルジャベル(Masdarの最高責任者)はインタビューにおいて発言しました。 「再生可能エネルギーを最新の淡水化技術に投入するという方法は次のステップとして論理性のあるものであり、経済成長に拍車をかけて、地域の長期の水の確保に導くものです。」

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