Solar-powered desalination solutions, by Solarexport
Mascara Renewable Water has developed the world's first solar photovoltaic reverse osmosis desalination technology, without batteries, to provide access to drinking water for everyone, everywhere, at a competitive price and without any CO2 emissions.
Indeed, faced with the challenge of supplying water to isolated areas, Marc Vergnet and Maxime Haudebourg created Mascara Renewable Water, a company specialising in innovative water treatment using renewable energies, to produce fresh and affordable water for all.
The first phase of development led to the industrialisation of the OSMOSUN®, the world's first range of desalination by the sun. Based on patented Mascara technologies, OSMOSUN® offers desalination units producing between 1 and 600 m3 per day using only solar energy and without batteries.
In the Kingdom of Morocco, and in partnership with Mascara Renewable Water, Solarexport, an expert manufacturer-integrator of solar solutions designed to promote sustainable development and create a better earth for future generations, brings its expertise and proposes the implementation of solar desalination solutions for hotels, agriculture, individuals and many other sectors.
Solarexport, integrator of 100% Moroccan photovoltaic modules and Solarmen, a major player in the installation of solar panels in Morocco, offer you the world's first photovoltaic solar desalination technology by reverse osmosis, without batteries, to provide access to drinking water, for everyone and everywhere, at a competitive price and without any CO2 emissions.
Mascara Renewable Water, an innovative French company is our partner in the Kingdom of Morocco. The company has developed OSMOSUN, the world's first range of run-of-river desalination systems, a solution producing between 1 and 5000m3 of fresh water per day that meets the challenges of climate change and population growth for areas that suffer or will suffer from water stress.
Water treatment and desalination units offer two key advantages: