Hyderabad, India: Watergen signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indian corporation TATA

Hyderabad, India, January 16, 2018: On the sidelines of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to India, Watergen Israel signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indian corporation TATA.  The corporation will use Israeli technology, which enables the production of water from the air, in order to cope with the severe water crisis in India.

The signing took place following a meeting in India last November between Dr. Mirilashvili, President of Watergen, and executive chairman Maxim Pasik, and Ratan Tata, chairman of TATA and one of India’s leading business figures.

According to the memorandum of understanding signed, TATA and the Israeli partner Watergen will promote production on the soil of India of machines that produce water from air. The machines in question at this stage are two models of the so-called «Atmospheric Water Generator» (AWG) that convert the moisture in the air into clean, safe water for drinking — at high efficiency and low cost: Large Scale water generator (can produce up to 6,000 liters of water per day) and GEN-350 Medium Scale (up to 600 liters per day).

«We are pleased to contribute our part to the growing relationship between Israel and India», said Dr. Michael Mirilashvili, the President of Watergen. «Thanks to this cooperation we will be able to provide India fresh clean drinking water from air».  According to various studies, 21% of India morbidity factors related to water consumption.

Mr. Cherian Tenny, Chief Operating Officer, Quality Services, Tata Projects; exchanges MoU with Mr. Michael Rutman, Member of the Board of Directors, Water-Gen Ltd Israel