Project Description

Energy & Water Development Corporation (EAWD)
A Solution For The World’s Water Crisis

Date & Time:

August 19, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Water scarcity wreaking havoc around the world including the western United States as reservoirs dry up impacting everything from agriculture to community development. Part of the solution is all around us. One of the largest sources of fresh water in the world is in our atmosphere.

Energy And Water Development (OTC: EAWD) is deploying the technology to pull water out of the atmosphere without using fossil fuels that contribute to climate change. Their solar-powered Atmosphere Water Generators can pull tens of thousands of gallons of water per day out of thin air.

EAWD is supplying water to manufacturing operations and communities in Germany. They are also completing a large-scale agricultural installation in North Africa, with more in the works

Please join our Webinar with EAWD CEO, Ralph Hofmeierr and COO, Irma Velazquez to hear how their technology can help solve the water crisis anywhere in the world.

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