There’s a hydropanel in PH that produces drinking water out of thin air
And of course, sun.
Green Heat Corporation just launched a new drinking water solution called SOURCE Hydropanel™ and it combines thermodynamics, material science, and controls technology to produce water from air and is powered by the sun.
The technology was built by a United States-based company Zero Mass Water, Inc. (ZMW).
And their first customer is Asian Development Bank (ADB), which supports the efforts in the Philippines to address the water supply problems in rural and off-grid areas.
SOURCE Hydropanel is self-sufficient, making water in even very remote locations, independent of infrastructure.
Each Hydropanel extracts water vapor from the air into an adsorbent material. The water vapor is then converted into liquid water that is pure like distilled. After flowing into the reservoir, the water is mineralized and stored before dispensing.
SOURCE Hydropanels produce an average of 3 to 5 liters of drinking water per day and can be built in arrays designed to meet the consumption needs of the location.
It can be installed in schools, hotels and resorts, and villages.