WorldWater develops, designs and builds integrated solar platforms to provide water and power. We have ongoing global success with grid-connected, off-grid solar water projects and stand-alone solar infrastructure to pump, purify and desalinate water.
WorldWater designs and builds stand-alone solar infrastructure to deliver clean water and reliable power where traditional sources are unavailable or compromised, too expensive or environmentally unfriendly.
WorldWater has developed a portfolio of patents on power management and interconnection technology that enables solar energy to drive pumps and motors up to 600 horsepower. These systems can operate off-grid or in conjunction with the grid.
WorldWater's engineers design and build solar platforms for agribusiness, water management and other commercial/industrial applications. Our team is ready to sit down with you to implement a cost effective strategy of your existing or impending solar project to improve its efficiency and increase your internal rate of return, or IRR.
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Women are the water handlers of the world and our company recognizes and salutes women throughout our beautiful planet. Let us work together to find a solution to reduce the burden of responsibility for finding and delivering clean water which generally rests wholly upon the women and children of a community.
Stand by for takeoff -- WorldWater was the first to design and implement airport solar arrays. Fresno Yosemite and Denver International Airports led the charge and now the FAA uses our designs in their solar technical specifications guidelines. Yep. That's how good these two installs turned out. First in Solar Flight, indeed.
WorldWater and Egyptian partner KarmSolar have designed, engineered and executed a pilot project for two off-grid solar water pumping irrigation systems in Egypt. After the success of the pilot program, KarmSolar has installed seven more of our VariMax™ systems.
Additionally, two (2) of WorldWater’s Mobile MaxPure® systems were installed in Afghanistan as part of a USAID project.