A solar-powered device that creates clean drinking water from the air is being trialled in Australia.
The portable Source Hydropanels, created by Zero Mass Water, are designed to suck moisture from the air, dehumidifying it to drain the water out before it purifies and add minerals to the water. It is powered solely by attached solar arrays.
Depending on the climate, the hydropanels can create up to five litres of potable water a day.
It is understood that the panels produce enough water to displace more than 20,000 plastic water bottles over its 15-year lifespan.
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