SkyH2O’s Atmospheric Water Generation (“AWG”) systems provide fresh potable water that meets WHO (World Health Organization) standards, and have a +20 year life expectancy with minimal maintenance, and have minimal environmental impact, enabling; Water security, self-reliance and independence – “Water 4.0”
Sky H2O, Inc. is creating a new Infrastructure Project Investment Class by scaling, innovating, and advancing industrial Atmospheric Water Generation (“AWG”) technology, products, systems and projects. SkyH2O effectively combines up-stream (IP/technology + products) with down-stream (projects + financing) to most effectively provide communities and water districts, and large commercial and industrial water users with fresh potable water. AWG is a disruptive solution and a new water resource, and in some locations is more effective than alternative water systems including forward/reverse osmosis (“RO”) including desalination or distillation, and is more environmentally friendly.
SkyH2O is an industrial-grade water generating systems and independent water provider (“IWP”). Sky H2O utilizes groundbreaking, unique and proven Atmospheric Water Generation (“AWG”) technology to provide water districts and municipalities, and large commercial and industrial water users with fresh potable water. Pre-engineered AWG projects start at about 50,000 liters/day, and SkyH2O’s “flagship” AWS MAXIMUS 4.10™ rated at 10,500 liters/day is a disruptive technology/solution that can be deployed in a distributed manner, specifically where water is needed most, including at/near existing reservoir infrastructure enabling – “Water 4.0” .
Where to deploy SkyH2O’s Atmospheric Water Generation systems (“AWS”) and Projects?
SkyH2O’s world-class, industrial-grade AWG should be deployed in a distributed manner (“DWG”), and specifically where water is needed most, including at or near existing reservoir infrastructure:
- Communities with lack fresh water or contaminated ground water including aquifers and wells
- Hospitals and healthcare facilities for primary or emergency back-up fresh water generation
- Commercial and Industrial facilities with mission critical water needs
- Disaster relief with rapid response in case of emergencies and refugee facilities
- Bottling facilities for beverages including bottled water
- Food growing and processing facilities
- Water vending machines
- Military or Government for water security, self-reliance and independence