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Water is in the air

With global demand for water expected to increase by nearly one third by 2050, and around two billion people already lacking access to safe drinking water, it is easy to see why there is such a buzz around innovative technologies to produce water from the air.  It is estimated that the atmosphere contains around six times as much water as all the world’s rivers. However, until recently, atmospheric water generation was often deemed too costly, too energy-intensive and too inefficient.  Now innovators are combining renewable energy technologies with cutting-edge water capturing methods to respond to needs in some of the world’s driest places without adding to the carbon emissions fuelling global warming and contributing to water scarcity.  Read more....



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