Watergen took the stage at the Trilateral Agri-Food Innovation Symposium in St. Louis at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. A range of solutions for food security and climate-smart agriculture were discussed among global innovation leaders from Israel, United Arab Emirates and St. Louis, an AgriFood innovation hub in the U.S.
Marking the second anniversary of the Abraham Accords, the Consul General of Israel, the UAE Embassy in Washington, D.C., and BioSTL co-organized the Trilateral AgriFood Innovation Symposium to build three-way ties between the AgriFood ecosystems.
Barak Ranon, President of Watergen Americas, gave a presentation about Watergen solutions. Watergen launched in Israel more than a decade ago with a unique technology that can generate drinking water anywhere, from the air, through a box!
The production of drinking water from humidity in the air (AWG) is used to tackle the growing problem of depleting levels of clean and safe drinking water in the world.