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The race is on to create renewable powered-devices that extract water from thin air

The race is on to create renewable powered-devices that extract water from thin air

Clean water is a necessity, but as recent events in Cape Town have shown, securing it isn't so easy. That looming challenge has led to a competition called the Water Abundance XPRIZE. It's getting teams to build technology which can extract a minimum of 2,000 litres of water per day from the atmosphere, using 100 percent renewable energy, at a cost of two cents a litre.

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