July 27, 2018 09:22

Hello ChristosT :)

Thanks for your comment, your good words and your support on my project.
Feel free to vote it if you haven't done it yet.
Many thanks

July 26, 2018 17:31

Hello Sanket,

I like your idea for a concentrated solar power system. Definitely in india with the solar irradiation exist in most of the time throughout the year, it will can become really useful project with high potential. Only 2 questions or clarification if I may, are you storing anywhere the surplus amount of energy? IS there any "battery bank" so you can feed back this energy to the system in winter days? have you considered to combine the solar power with wind power and achieve higher energy accumulation?
Please have a look of my project and let me know your thoughts.


July 25, 2018 20:57

Hello Ronald.

Thank you for your good words for my project. I also have reviewed yours as well and it really belongs on the same family of water treatment projects. Good idea to ensure water supply stability and constant farm yield.
Thank you

July 19, 2018 13:53

Hello Mujahed,

You will have to be a bit more specific. What do you mean "what components i already know".. who can be used for a start up. Please re send your questions if you like.
Thank you

July 18, 2018 23:51

Dear my friend Bhushan,

Thank you for your vote and also your comment. I hope one day I will be able with some help to build a fully functional prototype confirming the point of the whole concept.

Thanks mate.

July 18, 2018 23:49

Dear Nawrath Minda,

Thank you for your king words and the appreciation for my potential project. It is indeed a solution that uses renewable energy sources proving the sustainability of the concept.


July 18, 2018 23:45

Dear Mujahed Mukhtar,

Thank you for your comment, much appreciated.
I like your idea of supporting each other projects and try to improve the quality of peoples' life.

Thank you

July 18, 2018 21:23

Very nice ecological idea. Ideal to reduce poverty and need for food. It is prgmatic and seems already wirks nicely.
Well done for already helping 500 families through your project.

July 18, 2018 08:48

Dear Geoffrey,

Thank you for you comment. The language been used to describe this project scope and description is simple enough for people with basic knowledge on water technology systems. I can't oversimplify terms or definitions of this as then the meaning might altered. If you have questions, I am more than happy to explain and clarify them for you. Also, I am sure the committee that is going to judge all the projects has more than enough knowledge to assess all the projects been submitted in this database.
Thank you once again.

July 17, 2018 14:21

Dear Geoffrey,

Thank you for your comment. Its easy to use it. As soon as you connect the rig with the water source even if its muddy or dirty or very saline you still are going to get clean water by 99.9%. Primary reason is to allow 300 people to have clean water as soon as possible after a disaster.
Thank you.