- produces water from air
- heats and air conditions buildings
- generates electricity
A press release today said a system to be installed at an Australian Government Education Institution in the Riverina district of New South Wales has a water-from-air capacity of 450,000 L per year (1232 L per day). The water will be used for landscape irrigation.
This is an example of water-from-air technology maturing and moving into the mainstream of water supply solutions.