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In recent decades, the use of bottled water has increased exponentially. However, water in plastic bottles can be contaminated by BPA and PET leakage into the water and micro-plastics


Plastic bottles contribute to the increasing plastic waste pollution, The water that is produced by SOURCE hydropanels is pure, uncontaminated and tastes great.


SOURCE technology is contributing towards resolving some of the water problems facing mankind, alongside many other innovative water technologies.


Water produced by SOURCE is renewable and does not rely on any infrastructure (other than the panel itself for its production.

Water Scarcity

The way that mankind uses water has not changed much since the days of the Romans. We expect that it will rain, and this rain will fill up lakes, dams and reservoirs and that rivers will keep on flowing. We also expect that boreholes will continue to provide water. We then pump this water to water-treatment-works and from there to our cities and towns.

However, with population growth, pollution and climate change, these assumptions are no longer valid, and we are witnessing droughts, rivers and dams drying up and water levels dropping.

Even though we live on the Blue Planet, the amount of fresh water
that is available for human consumption is limited
In South and Southern Africa, we are particularly vulnerable as we live in a Water-stressed part of the world and we are being impacted by climate change. We have come close to Day Zero in Cape Town and Gqeberha and we are experiencing no water, sometimes for days on end, in many municipal areas in South Africa. More recently, we have witnessed outbreaks of Cholera in certain parts of South Africa.
a young child collecting water from a stream
the energeia water team standing next to a newly installed SOURCE hydropanel
Energeia Water is headed by Dr C Ringas who has been involved in the Water Industry for 39 years and has extensive experience in the municipal water market including water treatment, water quality, microbiological corrosion, material selection and corrosion prevention.