Buttah Windee in remote WA now has clean water thanks to solar Hydropanel technology
A fight for safe drinking water at Buttah Windee in Western Australia has been a fight for the survival of the community, and a battle they are proud to have won on their own. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-31/solar-hydropanels-fix-water-supply-in-remote-community/10941788
Patty Mills, NBA and Australian Indigenous Basketball player, instals SOURCE Hydropanels in water-starved Indigenous communities
Access to clean drinking water is a right shared by all Australians. In mid-2019, Zero Mass Water launched a partnership with NBA star Patty Mills and, one of Australia’s leading sportspeople, to bring a renewable supply of clean drinking water to remote Indigenous Australia. Patty Mills and SOURCE Water are working together to grow this project throughout Australia’s indigenous communities.
Channel 10 – Drought-stricken community of Gundy
As rural Australia deals with a record-breaking drought that has threatened the livelihood of homes, communities and farm animals, the town of Gundy installed a SOURCE array at the War Memorial Hall to support town drinking water needs.