Water Scarcity is a Present Day Global Crisis
Water scarcity affects almost every continent and more than 40 percent of the people on our planet.
By next year, 1.8 billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world’s population could be living under water stressed conditions.
We have designed and produced sustainable fresh water systems that are massively scalable — resulting in the greatest environmental benefit possible.
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Water as an asset class, in my view, will eventually become the single most important physical commodity – dwarfing oil, copper, agricultural commodities, and precious metals.
Willem Buiter, Chief Economist, Citigroup
By 2050, the world will need to feed an estimated two billion additional people.
As water becomes increasingly regulated and scarce – some estimates indicate industrial and residential water will become a $3.0 Trillion (USD) industry.
The National Geographic Society
Leading Economic Impacts
About The Watercube
At Genesis Systems®, we have conceptualized and developed a portfolio of patented technologies and processes that can revolutionize several life-sustaining commodities, including being able to produce drinking water directly from the air.
Generates water from air using far less energy, and at lower operational cost, than competing systems.
Operates in low humidity and low temperature environments where other atmospheric water generation technologies fail.
No pollution, hazardous bi-products, or water rights issues
Off-grid or portable power, fully automated, sustainable
Produce distilled water on demand or 24 hours
Ensures economic resilience, self-reliance, and political and social stability concerning water
Encrypted and IoT enabled, remote monitoring, auto fault detection, built-in auto safeties, auto performance optimization.
Genesis Systems® patented technologies are the only scalable, turn-key, green tech that provides an elegant solution to meet increasingly challenging global water supply shortfalls.
In the news
Legendary BBC reports on CES 2024 and our Watercube with a great sit down piece with David Stuckenburg!