GE Researchers Awarded $14 Million to lead the revolutionary AIR2WATER Project

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General Electric Company (GE) revealed that a multidisciplinary team of researchers from GE Research, its technology development arm, has been awarded a four-year $14.3 million project by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Atmospheric Water Extraction (AWE) program, to lead the revolutionary AIR2WATER project that could dramatically simplify the transport of potable water to troops in the field and address water scarcity around the world in a powerful new way.  AIR2WATER is an abbreviation for Additively Manufactured, Integrated Reservoir To Extract Water using Adsorbents and Thermally-Enhanced Recovery.

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