Drinkable water is scarce. These companies are pulling it out of the air
New technologies that can capture moisture from the air and turn it into water are being viewed as one potential solution for a growing scarcity of drinkable water around the world. Zero Mass Water, a startup company founded by Cody Friesen, a Fulton Schools professor of materials science and engineering, has developed one of the more promising air-to-water systems. Using solar-powered rooftops panels, it can produce clean water even in desert climates. The system is currently being sold in more than 18 countries.
See Also: Zero Mass Water’s Hydropanels Pull Water From Thin Air At #CES2019, Clean Technica, January 11
This Machine Turns Sunshine and Air Into Clean Water, Sun-Connect, November 30, 2016