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A technological machine and software to produce potable water from air and solar energy in a sustainable and economic way

March 2023
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Kumulus machines produce drinking water from solar energy and air. The phenomenon of dew is imitated in the process of creating water. To this technology are added several integrated systems that improve the capacity of the systems, as well as predictive algorithms to allow the machines to be "smarter" and controllable remotely from anywhere in the world. The idea is to allow companies, factories, hotels and offices to have their own source of clean and sustainable water (reducing the use of plastic bottles as well as the pollution and logistics associated with it) . It also allows a large part of the population to have access to a source of safe drinking water and to have the autonomy to produce their own drinking water. Our main region of intervention includes the MENA region, Southern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Label Date March 31, 2023
From France
Maturity stage Initial market commercialization
Looking For New clients, Funding, Partners

The environmental benefits

  • 20-30L of water produced per day (monthly average, figure varies according to location and associated factors)
  • Power consumed by the product 0,4 kWh/liter
  • 200 kg of plastic avoided per machine used per annum
  • 2.41 tons of CO2 emissions avoided per machine per annum

The Financial benefits

  • ROI for customers in 5 years for a life time of 15 years
  • 30% cheaper than bottled mineral water

Activity Region

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Spain, France,



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Company Profile

Kumulus Water

Kumulus aims to solve the problem of lack of drinking water in the MENA region in a sustainable and economical manner

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Headquarters 94160, France

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Agoranov is a public science & tech incubator.

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