Water is the most essential substance in the universe. Without it, life as we know it would not be possible.
Water helps regulate the temperature of the earth as well as the human body. It carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, cushions joints, protects organs and tissues, and removes waste.
Water truly is the universal solvent.
Water is part of a deeply interconnected system known as the hydrologic cycle and a small percentage of all water exists within the air we breathe.
However, recent trends have shown that climate change is affecting our access to clean water.
In a recent United Nations World Water Development Report, it was stated that nearly 6 billion people will suffer from clean water scarcity by 2050.
This is the result of increasing demand for water, reduction of water resources, and increased pollution of water, driven by dramatic population and economic growth.
Roughly 30 percent of available freshwater is groundwater and another 68 percent is trapped in ice caps and glaciers. As a result, the need exists for a solution that would allow us to tap into the natural water cycle to extract this precious resource.
The ability to extract water vapor and moisture from the air, also known as “atmospheric water generation”, expands our access to fresh water to a wider range of locations around the world.
The atmosphere contains roughly 37.5 million-billion gallons of water. That’s enough to cover the entire surface of the earth in 1-inch of water.
Access to atmospheric water is practically infinite, requiring only an electrical connection, and when coupled with renewable energy sources or generators, provide 100% untethered and decentralized water production.
See how Hydrosphair helps address the global water concerns through our line of innovative atmospheric water systems.