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Located in the San Jacinto Mountains near Palm Springs, the Idyllwild Water District (IWD) provides approximately 100 million gallons of water per year to its customers over a 2,500 acre service area. The facilities operated by the IWD include 23 wells, a water treatment plant, a storage and distribution system, a wastewater treatment plant and […]

As images depicting the disaster inflicted along the Gulf Coast of the United States began to appear on the news, WorldWater & Solar Technologies began to imagine a way to leverage our technological capabilities to bring relief to the residents, Emergency Responders and volunteers in the afflicted areas. This is how and when the prototype […]

In September 2004, WorldWater completed the installation of the worlds largest solar-powered irrigation system. Seley Ranches is nestled between the Santa Rosa and Palomar Mountains in San Diego County – a premium grower of citrus fruit, known for its trademark “Seley Red” grapefruit. WorldWater’s installation of the 267 kW PV VariMax™ system is capable of […]

Completed in June 2004, this project represented the largest PV array ever constructed on a U.S. community college campus (1.1 MW). The ground-mounted array spans 6 ½ acres, creating a veritable field of energy which was expected to supply the school with 50 to 60% of its total electrical requirements, while reducing overall energy consumption. […]

As a precursor to the Mobile Max™ systems currently supplied by WorldWater, our staff traveled to the village of Ronda in The Philippines to design and install a solar powered water pumping system. This system was designed specifically for the wells available, and used solar power to provide the energy to the pump using our […]

WorldWater sized the solar power system (119 kW) to offset the on-site electrical usage charges for the compressor and other equipment. The Lehr Brothers run a food processing facility near Bakersfield, CA. The Lehr solar hydracooler system operates a 350 hP compressor. The installation was completed in March, 2003. “WorldWater is saving us over $30,000 […]

The Locke’s VariMax™ system supplies power to run a 50 hP irrigation pump and a 10 hP well pump. The Locke family runs a high-end cotton operation in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. The VariMax™ system is also tied to the electrical supply for the shop and main residence. The installation was completed in December, […]

The utilization of solar power provides reliable and economical solutions to drive large-scale and small-scale irrigation. By employing WorldWater’s proprietary technology and solar power, agribusinesses, farms and ranches will realize cost savings when compared to grid and diesel-fueled systems. Agribusiness WorldWater’s proprietary VariMaxTM solar technology decreases electricity budgets, increases reliability and drives overall efficiencies for […]

WorldWater’s stand-alone solar infrastructure delivers clean water and reliable power where traditional sources are not readily available. The Mobile MaxPure® delivers clean drinking water and power to remote areas and villages that have little or no access to traditional infrastructure. The Mobile MaxPure® provides immediate water and power to those who need it most at […]

WorldWater has a proven track record of design and build success with large-scale solar platforms for commercial applications and water agencies. WorldWater’s executives and engineers have designed and build grid-connected, off-grid and hybrid systems, including the world’s largest airport solar installation (August 2008) at Denver International Airport in Colorado (2 MW), Valley Center Municipal Water […]

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The water filtration system uses a series of filters in order to provide clean water to residents living in remote areas of the (Ma'dain) region where clean water is scarce or nonexistent.

Jared N. Gehmann
Private, 82nd Airborne Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team