• Mudgee Home, NSW
    SOURCE water has been designed for safety and accessibility. Hydropanels are built to create water safe from the start and to keep water safe until it is dispensed while knowing precisely the origin of their water. For many there is a major risk of waterway contamination with fires, drought and virus so this Mudgee family decided it was an optimal time to go off-grid. SOURCE Hydropanels help provide independence as an off-grid solution and create water abundance when communities need it most.  
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  • Bronte Home, Sydney
    Bronte Home, Sydney With concerns of water contamination from the fires and not wanting to reply on town water,  local Bronte resident Greg Vaughan has had two Hydropanels installed to future proof his water supply. Greg now knows exactly where is water is coming from and can be sure moving forward he will always have clean beautiful water every day.
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  • Buttah Windee Community, WA
    Faced with uranium-contaminated water for the past 10 years, residents of this remote town had extremely limited water-supply options given the health consequences. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-31/solar-hydropanels-fix-water-supply-in-remote-community/10941788
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  • Patty Mills, NBA Indigenous Basketball player
    Patty Mills, NBA player and one of Australia’s leading sportspeople, was determined to bring a renewable supply of clean drinking water to drought-stressed areas of remote Indigenous Australia. Throughout his basketball career, Mills has been dedicated to honouring his Aboriginal culture and founded The Community Water Project to enable remote communities to overcome water stress.
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