Desolenator has received aid from the Indian Government, Ukaid, World Bank, and USAID, although it is unclear which organizations will help with distribution.
Desolenator has not set a price point yet, but states that it will likely be about $1,000 USD per unit, although prices will vary depending where it is purchased. It will most likely be available through a microfinance program.
The device is targeted at rural and off-the-grid households.
The manufacturer plans to sell to aid organizations who can distribute the unit through programs such as microfinance.
The Desolenator, measuring 120cm by 90 cm, is a solar panel that converts sunlight into electricity while also using the heat to boil contaminated water. Water flows into the boiler and is converted to steam. The steam flows through a cool tube that converts it back to water. The system outputs clean water and waste through separate outlets.
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Desolenator claims that the product can last up to 20 years.
Safe water storage.
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