Global Mass Production
By 2030, Experts say that without an innovative solution in place, only 60% of humanity’s demand for water will be met by existing resources.
~ Source: 2015 United Nations World Water Assessment Program
Cure4Humanity’s Water & Power Stations provide the world’s first legitimate solution to supplying sustainable abundant fresh drinking water and clean fossil free energy, at the local level all over the world. According to the World Health Organization and UNICEF, in 2015 663 million people worldwide were without access to an improved water source. According to the Washington Post, in 2015 1.3 billion people worldwide were without electricity. This includes more than 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa and more than 300 million in Asia.
According to the Water Project, Africa, 319 people in Sub-Saharan Africa are without access to improved, reliable drinking water. Two thirds, or approximately 102 million of the 159 million people still utilizing surface water as their only water source live in Sub-Saharan Africa. According to the Washington Post, in 2015 more than 600 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa were without access to electricity. That is 7 out of 10 people in Sub-Saharan Africa.
C4H is charted to construct 59,000 Water & Power Stations in Africa by 2030.
- 25,000 Humanitarian W&P Stations will be erected alongside C4H Humanitarian Food Centers in impoverished regions and refugee camps and adjacent to orphanages. Each humanitarian food dome provides a sustainable food source to the continent feeding approximately 50,000 people daily.
- 27,000 Commercial W&P Stations are intended to be built in rural regions providing local fresh drinking water, refrigeration, and Wi-Fi communication. The goal is to empower citizens encouraging the transforming the local landscapes from poverty into thriving communities. Rural Water & Power Stations are designed to support powering 5-6 new buildings built adjacent to C4H Station providing direct connect PPA Metered electricity.
- 7,000 City Commercial W&P Stations are intended for all cities, each able to harvest up to 20,000,000 gallons of water per station annually, as well as provide electricity to approximately 175,000 people living in 50,000 homes.
The Straits Times, Singapore, reported in 2016 that more than 140 million people in South-east Asia lack access to safe drinking water. Agriculture consumes a massive 71% of global freshwater use, with one thousand tons of water required to produce one ton of rice, Asia’s main food staple. In 2015, the Washington Post reported that 300 million people in India were without electricity and 2 out of 10 people in Asia had no access to electricity.
C4H is charted to construct 57,500 Water & Power Stations throughout Asia.
- 23,700 Humanitarian Stations are needed in several Asian nations, including poverty regions in India, Cambodia, Burma, Philippines, Bangladesh, and Vietnam.
- 29,800 W&P Stations will be mainly focused on constructing infrastructure without requiring expensive grids or searching for water underground.
- 4,000 City W&P Stations with commercial opportunities to meet the significantly high demand for reliable electricity and fresh drinking water. Ninety percent of daily profits are reinvested in Humanitarian Water & Power Stations through Cure4Humanity Foundation.
- Energy Companies interested in Joint Ventures in Asia receive 50% in perpetuity. C4Humanity’s W&P Station equipment lasts 40-50 years, further delineating the simplicity and stability of the C4H business model.
C4H Latin America & Caribbean
According to a 2017 report by the World Health Organization ad UNICEF, 35% of Latin America and the Caribbean have access to safe drinking water. Statistics within the region are vast: among the nine countries with available data, Mexico has the lowest level of access to safe drinking water at 43% of its population, while most of the citizens of Argentina and Chile have access to a safe water source.
As of 2016, 34 million people across the region do not have access to a reliable electricity source, with many communities too isolated for connection to the major grids. Although Latin America and the Caribbean have some of the highest quality and most plentiful renewable energy resources on the planet, governments do not see them as a viable alternative to fossil fuels.
C4H is chartered to construct 27,500 Water & Power Stations in Latin America by 2030.
- 13,250 Humanitarian W&P Stations to improve infrastructure for poverty regions.
- 11,250 Commercial Rural W&P Stations focused on building adequate infrastructure.
- 3,000 City Commercial W&P Stations including 100 W&P Stations allocated to Puerto Rico and 300 throughout the Caribbean Islands to offset the destruction by the 2017 Hurricane Season.
- Highlights from World Energy Council 2016 Energy Trilemma Index: “Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region must work on improving and maintaining its energy security by increasing the energy system’s resilience to extreme weather events and improving energy equity”. C4H Water & Power Stations can be built in disaster proof Stations for extreme weather regions.
C4H Middle East
The Middle East has struggled for centuries with low-rainfall and drought and scientists say the water situation is becoming more critical as the population continues to rise. In less than 20 years it is estimated that roughly 466 million people will live in the Middle East, up from 325 million now. Due to this fast-growing population, the primary energy demand in the region is expected to rise at an annual rate of 1.9% through 2035, requiring a significant increase in generating capacity.
C4H is charted to construct 11,000 Water & Power Stations in Middle East by 2030.
- 3,700 Humanitarian W&P Stations to bring water stability and sustainability to the desert region for those in rural and city regions. Access to affordable energy creates infrastructure without need to build large and expensive power plants.
- 5,500 W&P Stations are allocated for the Middle East based on residential and business demand.
- 1,500 City W&P Commercial Stations via Joint Ventures with Energy Companies in region.