A Valley company is using solar panels to pull water out of thin air.
“These two outside panels, solar thermal, heat that air up. Then as it cools to ambient temperature, that’s when the water turns into liquid form. It then goes into the reservoir here in the bottom where 30 liters of water can be stored.”
The patented technology inside only latches onto pure water molecules, filtering out particulates and sending pollution and other impurities back into the air.
Depending on the atmosphere around the panel, each one can produce 3-5 liters of water per day.
Think of a family getting the equivalent of a case of water produced every couple days, through a water supply they own in its entirety.
For someone who regularly buys bottled water, your Source could pay itself off in two or three years.
Zero Mass Water scientists already looked into that.