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Necessity is the mother of invention. In India, inverted solar panels collects and filters rainwater

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“Entrepreneurs Samit Choksi and Priya Vakil have created a new product that address both needs. It is a stainless steel structure that is for all intents and purposes an upside-down umbrella. It filters rainwater to make drinking water and is lined with solar panels to generate electricity”

“Superstructure can generate over 40kW of solar power on a single charge and filter over 1 million liters of rainwater” , the founders said. Read more here.

 

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