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Water Tech Research
Oct 14, 2021
Rethinking Smart Cities: Setbacks and How to Move Forward

Rethinking Smart Cities: Setbacks and How to Move Forward

Ideas have moved on from a smart city being a dystopian world of sensors everywhere and people control by artificial intelligence - smart cities are primarily about progressing to water, food, and power independence and minimal transport. How to make smart cities in both deserts and the sea must be figured out.
Water Tech Research
Sep 16, 2021
Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

On the 22nd of September 2021, one of the largest water desalination projects, and the first of its kind in Africa will be launched in Marsabit County, Kenya. It delivers over 11,000litres of drinking water per hour, with a capacity of providing water to over 30,000 community members in a radius of 5km water points, which will be distributed through 24 fully automated water ATMs.
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CHASM Advanced Materials Closes $15 Million in Series C Funding

CHASM Advanced Materials Closes $15 Million in Series C Funding

CHASM Advanced Materials Inc announced the completion of a $15 million Series C financing round led by WAVE Equity Partners. The funds will be used to accelerate commercial penetration of CHASM's AgeNT™ products for transparent printed electronics, NTeC™ products for energy storage and a broad range of composites applications, and to launch CHASM-H2O™ - a new category of membranes targeted at disrupting water treatment to address the world's water scarcity problem.
Water Tech Research
Aug 2, 2021
Simple Way to Desalinate Water Using Solar Energy

Simple Way to Desalinate Water Using Solar Energy

Engineers have developed a new desalination technology. The new technology will significantly reduce the cost of desalination and quadruple the volume of production, according to reports.