"Obviously I'm aware of the drought problem in California. This [Skywater 300] system really just pulls water out of the sky. It was a very thoughtful present because he knows how much I love a garden..."
Read more at: Harper's Bazaar
"Hertz does not need all the water his unit produces (as much as a hundred and fifty gallons a day), so he directs the excess into large drums that water more than eighty vegetable boxes throughout his Venice neighborhood, which, though gentrifying, is still gritty...."
Read more at: The New Yorker
"[A] likely investment will be in Skywater, which makes machines that turn natural humidity into drinking water.Some investments, such as one being considered in the solar energy financing company True Green Capital, could be as large as $100 million each..."
Read more at: The New York Times
"They’re very economical and they produce higher quality H2O than many municipal water systems. Something that the world has been waiting for..."
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