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In a podcast episode, Carlos Garcia from Genaq details their advanced technology for extracting water from the air. He explains that their machines are designed to efficiently handle variable power inputs from renewable sources like solar panels, eliminating the need for costly batteries and inverters. This significantly reduces both initial investment and operational costs.

Garcia highlights a project in Djiburi, Eastern Africa, where Genaq installed a self-sufficient, 5,000-liter-per-day machine powered solely by solar energy, demonstrating the system's capability in remote areas. He also discusses ongoing innovations aimed at utilizing excess solar energy to extend production into nighttime hours, effectively doubling output without substantial cost increases.