CSP: Green Cucumbers from the Sahara

salt water, food crisis, desalination, vegetalles, CSP, climate change, deserts, world food program

A Saltwater Greenhouse Grows Vegetables In Places Vegetables Won’t Grow

Cucumber may be a vegetable that thrives in hot weather, but growing in the Quatar Sahara?

The cucumber is a plant that is quite thirsty!

And, as you know, the Sahara desert is extreme dry. Read More

Boosting Capacitive Blue-Energy and Desalination Devices with Waste Heat

Energy from seawater

Red power plant Blue Energy

The energy output of blue engines can be increased by a factor of order 2 if warm (waste-heated) fresh water is mixed with cold sea water.

Moreover, the underlying physics can also be used to optimize the reverse process of capacitive desalination of water. Read More

Agriculture in deserts is possible

salt water, food crisis, desalination, vegetalles, climate change, deserts, world food program

A Saltwater Greenhouse Grows Vegetables In Places Vegetables Won’t Grow

Water is scarce in the desert. And sweet water is even a bigger problem. But not anymore.

Have you ever heard about greenhouses in the desert in which vegetables successful grow, using salt water? No need to desalinate anymore. 

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Salt water from the oceans can solve freshwater crisis

climate change, fresh water, desalination, California

There might be a solutions for the future. A desalination plant which is cost efficient and delivers health, cheap drinking water

It’s been a cruel irony for people in Delta Cities. An ocean full of water and not a drop to drink. 

 

There might be a solutions for the future. A desalination plant which is cost efficient and delivers health, cheap drinking water.  Read More