Future of the Environment

These solar panels pull clean drinking water from the air

The Zero Mass Water solar panels are backed by Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates Image: Zero Mass Water

Aria Bendix

Innovation Reporter, Business Insider

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 Many schools in Baltimore and Detroit have had to turn off their water taps.
Many schools in Baltimore and Detroit have had to turn off their water taps. Image: Zero Mass Water
 Friesen said installing Source panels is cheaper than buying water bottles in the long term.
Friesen said installing Source panels is cheaper than buying water bottles in the long term. Image: Zero Mass Water
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