The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showed us some pretty amazing things, but one group, in particular, really stole the show.
According to the Jerusalem Post, one company is literally creating water out of thin air. While this is something that happens in nature every day with clouds and rain, this company has now made it possible to do what God programmed nature to do but in your own home:
GENNY, the Israeli-innovated home appliance that generates water out of thin air, was named the Consumer Technology Association’s Energy Efficiency Product of the Year in the 2020 Smart Home Mark of Excellence Awards at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas Wednesday night – an award series that annually recognizes the tech industry’s top smart home innovations.
Created by the environmentally savvy Rishon Lezion-based tech company Watergen, the water-from-air system taps into atmospheric water using patented heat-exchange technology, producing up to 30 liters of potable water for a home or office every day – significantly reducing plastic usage and disposal by eliminating the waste caused by drinking bottled water.
The water is created when the machine draws air into its atmospheric water generator, filters it to remove any dust or dirt. Then it sends it through a heat exchanger and cooling process that condenses it into water. The water is then purified and then you have clean, potable water that literally came out of nothing but air.
The Jerusalem Post noted that the water is cleaner than the water you get through your city.
“Our company’s mission is to eliminate the need to rely on outside sources for life necessities and to help people become more environmentally friendly,” said Dan Clifford, president of Watergen North America. “We are especially honored to be named Energy Efficiency Product of the Year at this year’s CES show, because this award directly supports one of the top values Watergen stands for.”
This tech opens a lot of doors, not just for you and me, but for those who don’t have access to clean water in countries not as blessed as ours.
And to think we have politicians that support the BDS movement.