The climate is changing and our world is in danger
The need for fresh water is fundamental, but also one which is often not met to a level allowing anything other than the most basic living conditions.
This dependency becomes greater as the populations grow, and yet less water is supplied as climatic changes kick in.
Water demand will increase by 55% between 2000 and 2050.
Global water use has increased by a factor of six over the past 100 years and continues to grow steadily at a rate of about 1% per year (AQUASTAT, n.d.) with increasing population, economic development and shifting consumption patterns.
people worldwide use contaminated sources of drinking water.
a child dies of water-related sickness.
people will be living in areas where there is not enough drinking water.
Solar pipeline, delivering and cleaning water inland
Our system provides seawater from the coast and cleans it where it’s most needed. Saltwater is pumped inland via a solar-powered pipeline. We place many small, mobile water stations in populated locations. Seawater is desalinated and purified in a solar-powered distillation process providing drinking water to local residents.