Watergen’s home appliance Genny finds place in TIME magazine’s 100 Best Inventions for 2019.
Featured in the “social good” category, the machine, pulls moisture from ambient air to create drinkable water through a patented filtration process. Using electricity or solar power, the appliance can produce up to seven gallons of water a day, without any plumbing required.
We at Nekuda, are very proud to accompany Watergen trough the design , development and production of the Genny appliance.
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