Atmospheric Water Generation Technology

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November 2020
Headquarters Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa

Atmospheric Water Generation Technology - Atmospheric Water Generation Technology that harvests moisture from the atmosphere thereby generating clean drinking water.

Water scarcity as well as climate crisis. Many parts of the worlds population do not have access to clean drinking water. Rapid urbanization is severely impacting water supply. The technology offers an alternative sustainable source of water.

The AWG (Atmospheric Water Generation) units are locally designed, developed and manufactured based on Cape Town climatic conditions. It reduces the costs of infrastructure needed to supply drinking water: the place of production and consumption is the same. Their largest unit is able to supply 1000L of water per day. This system is able to eliminate purchasing of plastic bottled water thereby providing on site water production. There is no drilling risk or no borehole depletion. It can be implemented under large range of climate conditions.

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Key features

  • 0 grams equivalent to a savings of 6 tonnes of CO2 per annum based on a single 1000L/day
  • 0% diseases due to water quality


  • Payback time reached under 1 year
  • Savings = 95% Economic incentives

Categories of Application

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South Africa,

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