Atmospheric water generation offers a promising approach to address water scarcity and provide access to safe drinking water, particularly in regions with limited freshwater resources or facing challenging environmental conditions.

AWG Main benefits:

  • AWG requires no water source; it does not deplete existing water resources.
  • Pure drinking water with no impurities and odor.
  • It is an ecofriendly technology. Unlike RO and desalination systems that waste 70% of the water as reject water, there is no water wastage.
  • Great source for water during emergencies and areas of water shortages and water contamination.
  • It provides a decentralized, local source of pure water without any connection to pipes.
  • AWG utilization (even in large scale) costs a fraction of conventional water treatment facilities or desalination plants and has no negative impact for the environment.

Direct Air Carbon Capture

As the impacts of the climate crisis become more disruptive to human and natural systems, the need to find multiple pathways to slow warming has become more urgent.

Simply eliminating emissions will not be enough for the world to reach net zero by 2050 – removing CO2 from the atmosphere will also be necessary. And because hard-to-abate industries like aviation and shipping cannot capture their emissions at the source, Direct Air Capture (DAC) is considered a more suitable negative emissions solution.

DAC refers to a technology that aims to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the atmosphere. It offers a potential solution for mitigating climate change by actively reducing greenhouse gas emissions and potentially help mitigate the impacts of climate change.

DAC is often considered as a complement to other carbon reduction strategies, such as transitioning to renewable energy sources, improving energy efficiency, and promoting sustainable practices.

Main benefits of DAC:

Direct air carbon capture (DAC) offers several potential benefits in the context of climate change mitigation and environmental sustainability. Some of the key benefits include:

  • Carbon dioxide reduction: By capturing CO2 directly from the air, it provides a means to mitigate climate change and address the increasing concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere.
  • Carbon neutrality: DAC has the potential to enable carbon neutrality or even carbon negativity. It can offset emissions from
    hard-to-abate sectors, such as aviation, heavy industry, or existing infrastructure that heavily relies on fossil fuels, by capturing an equivalent amount of CO2 from the atmosphere.
  • Scalability and flexibility: DAC can be deployed in various locations, including areas far from emission sources, making it a flexible and
    scalable solution. This allows for the placement of carbon capture facilities in regions where emissions are difficult
    to reduce through traditional means, such as densely populated urban areas or remote industrial sites.
  • Carbon recycling and utilization: The captured CO2 can be utilized in various ways, including carbon recycling and utilization processes. It can
    serve as a feedstock to produce synthetic fuels, chemicals, or construction materials, thereby reducing the
    reliance on fossil fuel resources and promoting a circular economy.

Our unique value proposition:

The result of simultaneously addressing two climate crisis challenges through the integration of water generation and carbon capture, as compared to conventional separate approaches, is more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally sustainable. By combining these two solutions, there is a synergistic effect that maximizes the benefits and minimizes the negative impacts. This integrated approach not only helps combat climate change but also promotes resource conservation and resilience in the face of environmental challenges.

Here are the main features of our system:

  • Lower CAPEX
  • Smaller energy consumption
  • Lower OPEX and no major consumables
  • Faster project planning and execution
  • No chemicals or solvents required
  • Works in any climate zone
  • Proven technology from other industries
  • Smart control system with monitoring and control capabilities
  • Data and energy management systems
  • Modular design with scalability