$7M donation could mean clean drinking water for local residents

Nov 29, 2021 | Media page

An Arizona based renewable natural resource company is offering its technology to help eligible residents in the Central Valley.

Headquartered in Scottsdale Arizona, SOURCE Global is a tech company focusing on providing safe drinking water that has developed the SOURCE Hydropanel, a technology that sustainably produces perfectly balanced drinking water using sunlight and air independent of structure, according to the company.

Central Valley residents may be eligible for a free panel installation due to a $7 million donation from Chamath Palihapitiya, CEO of technology holding company Social Capital.

Palihapitiya announced the pledge Monday to enable the delivery of readily available, renewable, clean drinking water in underserved communities across the drought-stricken Central Valley.

In collaboration with one2one USA Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, for the distribution of the pledged funds, SOURCE Global will install its hydroplanes on 1,000 homes in the counties of Fresno, Monterey, Kern, and Tulare.

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