Namibia to Use Renewable Energy Technology for Rural Groundwater Purification

19 Oct 2017 by Local Press Report
WINDHOEK

Namibia is to pilot a project for the treatment of poor quality local groundwater to a level that complies with the national standards for drinking water, using sun and wind energy to power the process. According to the Adaptation Fund (AF) in an announcement on Wednesday, Namibia clinched the funds worth 4.9 million U.S. dollars for the project which is set to use reverse osmosis and pilot two plants in a rural setting, where the water demand of the communities differs.

Source: Xinhuanet News

Source: Xinhuanet News