Turning fresh air into water seemed like nothing short of a miracle back in 2012.

That was when Israeli startup Watergen revealed its first atmospheric water generator to the world.

Watergen cools air, much like an air conditioner, until it condenses and becomes water.

But technology moves on apace. And H2oll another Israeli startup, says it can also produce drinking water from the atmosphere – but more cheaply, more efficiently and more sustainably. And in any climate.

It aims to address the global water crisis, especially in the developing world, where countries want to avoid expensive infrastructure, or costly bottled supplies.

H2oll has added a new element to existing water-from-air technology, by way of a concentrated salt solution.

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