How a solar-powered sculpture could deliver fresh water to millions of Californians

Madeleine Cuff
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How a solar-powered sculpture could deliver fresh water to millions of Californians

Gleaming pipe sculpture could use solar power to desalinate up to 4.5 billion litres of drinking water every year

Visitors to the seafront in Santa Monica could one day see a shining sculpture made from solar panels as they look out onto the horizon, as a huge energy array provides power that enables water desalination...

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