- Watly is set to announce its 3.0 thermodynamic computer which sanitises 5000 litres of water a day
- The company is set to open an Indiegogo campaign today on World's Water Day
- The thermodynamic computer generates electricity and connectivity which provides the three pillars that modern society needs to prosper: water, power and connectivity
- This follows a successful trial of a smaller machine, Watly 2.0 in Adenta Village
- Marco A. Attisani, CEO & Founder of Watly, expressed his joy of the prototype Watly
- The clean tech company won the most prestigious award “Horizon2020”, which is sponsored by the European Union
Clean tech company, Watly is set to announce its Watly 3.0 thermodynamic computer which is capable of sanitising 5000 litres of water a day.
Today, on UN’s World Water Day, the company is preparing to open an Indiegogo campaign to fund their award-winning solar technology.
The thermodynamic computer which also generates electricity and connectivity will provide the three pillars that modern society needs to prosper: water, power and connectivity.
This follows the successful trial of a smaller machine, Watly 2.0, in Adenta Village, a suburb of Accra.
Marco A. Attisani, CEO & Founder of Watly, said their experience in Ghana was truly eye-opening which stemmed from their knowledge of the potential of the prototype Watly.
He expressed his delight when he said, “seeing it transform a village by providing easy access to basic resources made us really proud about what we are doing. On our planet we still have one billion people lacking clean water, two billion without electricity, and around five billion without connectivity. In this technological age, when we have so much capacity to provide solutions to these basic problems, these numbers are not acceptable anymore.”
The clean tech company won the most prestigious award “Horizon2020”, which is sponsored by the European Union, which allowed the company to build the first pre-industrial version of Watly 3.0, to be presented in September 2016.
The Indiegogo campaign is set to open on 7 April.