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Episode #185 — 02 February 2021 A Distributed Water Solution with SOURCE’s Clara Nagy McBane

with Clara Nagy McBane

Clara Nagy McBane provides a top shelf interview discussing SOURCE’s distributed water solution. Clara does a terrific job describing SOURCE’s technology in an accessible way for the non-technical among us. Plus, Reese Tisdale provides an update on the Biden administration’s action on the lead and copper rule on our Bluefield on Tap segment. Take a listen!

In this session, you’ll learn about: 

  • The genesis of SOURCE
  • The distributed water solution offered by SOURCE
  • How SOURCE panels produce water out of thin air + sunlight
  • How SOURCE panels produce clean, potable water
  • Why SOURCE’s distributed water solution makes sense
  • The geographic regions where SOURCE panels are being deployed
  • Whether air quality affects the water quality produced by SOURCE panels
  • Clara’s thoughts on innovation in the water space

Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include: 

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