Project Description

Energy & Water Development Corporation (EAWD)
The Energy-Free Solution To The World’s Water Crisis

Date & Time:

June 09, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Only 3% of the Earth’s water is fresh water and most of that is frozen in glaciers. What little amount that is left in rivers, lakes and aquifers is under increasing pressure. By 2025, 2.7 billion people in the world will experience water scarcity. Fortunately, the answer to this problem is all around us!

Energy And Water Development (OTC: EAWD) has developed an Atmosphere Water Generator that can pull up to 2,500 gallons of water per day out of the air. And because it’s solar powered it uses not energy from the grid. They are being used in manufacturing, agriculture, and to provide clean, fresh drinking water to people who live in remote places.

Please join us on June 9 for a fireside chat with EAWD CEO, Ralph Hofmeierr and Irma Velazquez to hear about how their approach can help solve water scarcity issues anywhere in the world.

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