London, March – Tomorrow, on UN’s World Water Day, clean tech company Watly is preparing to open an Indiegogo campaign to fund their award-winning solar technology. The Watly 3.0 thermodynamic computer uses solar energy to sanitise over 5000 litres of water a day, as well as generating electricity and connectivity. The development of Watly 3.0 follows the successful trial of a smaller machine, Watly 2.0, in Abenta Village, Ghana.
Watly will provide the three pillars that modern society needs to prosper: water, power and connectivity. The machine combines the three functionalities to make each one more efficient, delivering a level of service that would possible without them working in unison. Continue Reading