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Watergen wins major award at CES

Israel’s Watergen, the company that turns air into drinking water, was named Energy Efficiency Product of the Year at the 2020 Smart Home Mark of Excellence Awards at CES Las Vegas. Each year, the Consumer Technology Association’s awards recognize the … Continue reading

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Desert center for food security

Israel’s Ben-Gurion University has established the Moshe Mirilashvili Center for Food Security in the Desert. It will focus on water conservation, treatment and recycling. President and CEO of Watergen and Vertical Field Dr. Michael Mirilashvili is a key partner for … Continue reading

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Water from the air to the Navaho Nation

Israel’s Watergen (see here previously) has installed a GEN-M water from the air generator in the Hard Rock community of the Navajo Nation. The pilot project, when extended, will help many of the 10,000 families across Navajo Nation who lack … Continue reading

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Drink in the city atmosphere

Tel Aviv University scientists have proved that water extracted from the air in an urban area of Tel Aviv, using Watergen’s GENius technology, is in compliance with the regulatory standards of the World Health Organization. The results are important for … Continue reading

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More water from the air for Colombia

Israel has donated two more WaterGen water from the air devices to Colombia (see here for previous) – this time to schools in drought-ravished La Guajira. The area accounts for a disproportionate 20% of Colombia’s malnutrition fatalities among children under … Continue reading

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Water from the air to the Gulf

Israel’s Watergen is bringing its revolutionary water solutions to the United Arab Emirates and other countries in the region. Watergen’s partnership with Emirati Al-Dahra will cover hotels, offices and apartment buildings, agriculture, industry and more. https://www.jns.org/abu-dhabi-company-to-bring-israeli-drinking-water-technologies-to-gulf/

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Microsoft’s green new Israeli campus

Microsoft’s new Herzliya 46,000 sqm building will support innovation and accessibility. It is the first Israeli office to carry a ‘LEED V4 Gold certification’ for its environmentally friendly design. It includes a 3,500 sqm garden, WaterGen’s water from air and … Continue reading

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Water generators for Gaza

Israel’s Watergen and the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies have now donated three water generators to Gaza. The latest will produce (from humidity in the air) up to 5,000 liters of drinking water a day for the Nasser Medical Center … Continue reading

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A solar-powered water generator

Israel’s Watergen plans to launch a solar-powered version of its water-from-air system later this year. Solar Genny is suitable for remote locations, such as rural villages where electricity access can be unstable and unreliable. It can generate up to 13 … Continue reading

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Prince Charles says Israel maintains UK’s Health Service

When in Israel, UK Royal Prince Charles said, “it seems to me like Israeli genius is maintaining the entire structure of the NHS along with a great deal of other technology”. He received presentations of Israeli innovations WaterGen, HomeBiogas and … Continue reading

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