Fortunately, the answer is all around us.
Energy & Water Development Corporation (OTC: EAWD) has developed the technology to pull water out of the atmosphere without using fossil fuels – energy-supplied Atmosphere Water Generators (eAWG). Using ultra-efficient refrigeration technology, each self-sufficient eAWG pulls more than 2,500 gallons of water per day out of the air via condensation. Thanks to solar glass integrated into the design, it does so without using power from the grid or adding any carbon to the atmosphere.
Join our webinar to hear from CEO, Ralph Hofmeierr as he talks about how EAWD combines proven technologies with technical know-how to customize solutions for their clients’ needs.
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