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Global water shortages are still a major concern. Five billion people, about two-thirds of the population, could suffer from water scarcity by 2050. Jamie Yuccas shares with us a possible solution that could get drinking water out of air. For the past year Phoenix homeowner Nick Robbins has been drinking water from an unlikely source- […]

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To show me his technological sleight of hand, Friesen invites me to a hillside house in Berkeley, California on a sunny afternoon. There, in a shaded courtyard, we each sample a cup of water that flows from a drinking fountain. The water is cool and delicious – and it was made out of thin air. […]

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The world is full of water, flushing down our toilets and flowing from our taps. And yet where I live, in the American Southwest, and quite possibly where you live, the kind of water people need to survive is getting harder to come by. Across the region, temperatures are rising and droughts are getting more […]

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See our feature in HGTV while at the Consumer Electronic Show in January 2018! With SOURCE panels by Zero Mass Water, anybody in the world can have pure, tasty H20. All it takes? Air and sunshine! Zero Mass Water CEO, Cody Friesen explained “What we’re talking about is solar panels, that instead of making electricity, […]

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Are you ready for this? It could be a game-changer …When tech guru Katie Linendoll visited our show, she brought with her a ZERO MASS Water SOURCE Hydropanel — and it’s pretty wild. “I am in the process of buying a new house now,” Katie said of the product. “This will absolutely be going in my house.” […]

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“Drinking water is something that we often take for granted. In areas where this resource is scarce, why not turn to Mother Nature to help us naturally solve this problem? In this episode we explore the innovative technology of Zero Mass Water, a hydropowered solar panel that uses the natural elements of sunshine and air […]

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The hydropanel. It looks a bit like a solar panel. Indeed, it is part solar— the side sections create heat using solar thermal technology (see photo, above); the center two sections of each panel are full of solar cells So it does generate a little electricity, enough to operate its fans, pump, and electronics. But […]

by Cody Friesen,

At Zero Mass Water, we make exactly one product: SOURCE Hydropanels. That’s right, Hydropanels. This term is meant to capture that SOURCE uses special solar panels that take sunlight and air and produce water, independent of all infrastructure. So no wires or pipes going in, and only a single tube filled with safe, delicious drinking […]

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Ask This Old House smart technology expert Ross Trethewey finds a solar panel that can generate clean drinking water out of thin air.

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Dubbed Source Hydropanels, this technology complies with USEPA standards for drinking water and compensates for 70,000 plastic bottles after 10 years of use. Arizona-based renewable water company Zero Mass Water has developed an off-grid, self-sustained water producing technology dubbed Source Hydropanels. Integrated fans inside each panel draw air into the Source and hygroscopic material components absorb the water […]

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Cody Friesen, CEO of Zero Mass Water, fundamentally changing our relationship to water at the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit 2017.

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Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge The founder of Zero Mass Water told me that this kind of early November heat was actually mild for the Arizona desert – and that regardless of the dry climate, he and his team were still able to produce water. Because that’s what Zero Mass does: harvest drinking […]