Energy Quest Inc. and Texas A&M Working to Test New Portable Solar Energy-Powered Water Purification Technology

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Portable solar-pwoered water purification system has promising applications for disaster relief and agriculture.

EnergyQuest, Inc. will be testing its new portable solar powered water purification technology near El Paso, Texas at an agricultural testing facility operated by the Texas Water Resources Institute of Texas A & M as early as February 2006.

The system purifies water using only solar power. It is easy to store and portable making it invaluable for use in providing drinking water during disaster relief efforts. The system also has promising applications for agriculture in areas where water is brackish or unsuitable for crop development. The system purifies water while also reserving for future use or sale, any minerals or other useable by-products collected during the purification process, such as sea salt from an ocean water source.

The Texas Water Resources Institute is the focal point for water resources research, education and

communication within the worldwide Texas A&M University System and the State of Texas.

EnergyQuest Inc. ( is a Florida corporation dedicated to finding innovative solutions to environmental and energy challenges by using known technologies in creative new ways.


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