Wave2O™ - A new wave-powered, flexible seawater desalination system for developing countries
According to UNDP, today more than 1 billion people lack access to clean and safe drinking water and the situation will dramatically worsen in the next 20 years unless clean water supplies increase by about 50% and access is more evenly distributed. To tackle this challenge, Resolute Marine developed Wave2O™. Wave2O™ technology is a proprietary seawater desalination process that couples Resolute Marine’s wave energy converters with onshore desalination and electricity generating plants. While this solution has been designed with simple operation and maintenance in mind, it incorporates several innovative and patented technologies. Resolute Marine’s mission is to significantly improve access to water for coastal populations and industrial/agricultural operations in developing countries and small island developing states (SIDS) and to displace the diesel-electric desalination system that are in common use worldwide. The key technologies that enable Wave2O™ have been validated in a series of tests which have proven to be reliable and cost-effective to produce clean water in multiple places and across multiple uses around the world.
Networking PartnerWaterpreneursWaterpreneurs is a global “for-impact organisation”, supporting the scaling-up of impact investments financing the growth of WASH enterprises operating in developing countries, and respecting human rights. Waterpreneurs brings extensive knowledge of the water and sanitation entrepreneurial sector, impact investing and facilitation of marketplaces.
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