This Indian startup generates drinking water from thin air !

The topic of water scarcity has always been discussed from marking Day Zero in Cape Town, South Africa 2018 to finding effective ways to transport drinkable water to regions affected by natural disasters. The primary requirement in equatorial regions during the summers.

In India, there is huge water scarcity in primary cities like Bengaluru, Mumbai, Shimla and Chennai which are facing huge water shortages and are likely to run out of ground water by 2030—a study by Niti Aayog report has revealed

Meet AKVO, an atmospheric water generator.

It absorbs humidity from air, purifies it and provides water for it’s users. An ideal solution for equatorial and tropical regions, including India.

Akvo Atmospheric water generator

AKVO water generator’s can generate up to 1000 litres of water from atmosphere in 24 hours. The machines range from 100 litres to 10,000 litres.

The machines come in different sizes from 100litres machines to 10,000 litres for community housing and Industrial use. AKVO AWG’s can generate up to 1000 litres of water in just 24 hours from the atmospheric moisture. This water is cheaper than market water.

The marketable water is available from Rs 15 to Rs 20 per litre and always has the cleanliness suspicion tag attached with it. Few months ago, an AKVO AWG 1000 litre machine was installed in Hardua Mangarh, in Madhya Pradesh. A region where village folk had to walk four kilometres every day to get fresh drinking water and where the only source of water for the last 200 years was an old well. To address Industrial demands by one of India’s largest Oil refineries of India, IOCL Haldia installed 6 AKVO AWG machines proving AKVO AWG’s various scenarios

Location : Kolkata, India

About the founder :
Navkaran Singh Bagga, is a second generation entrepreneur.



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