Zero Mass Water's 'hydropanels' are being used in towns in schools in Australia

Zero Mass Water's 'hydropanels' are being used in towns in schools in Australia

Zero Mass Water founder Cody Friesen. Image: Supplied.

US-based company Zero Mass Water creates Source hydropanels that use sunlight and air to produce drinking water, and regional towns throughout Australia have been tapping into its benefits.

 

Zero Mass Water founder and CEO Cody Friesen told Business Insider Australia the idea was to create “the world’s first fully disintermediated, infrastructure-free source of water” which doesn’t require electricity or a pipe input.

 

When coming up with the hydropanels, Friesen said the company started to think about how it can apply the principles of renewable energy – using local resources and sunlight to produce things in a sustainable way – and how it can do for water what solar did for electricity.

 

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SHARON MASIGE on Business Insider