Colorado residents currently living in drought
Hydropanels creating quality, renewable water without tapping into scarce water resources
Up to 108K
of water produced by the Denver Botanic Garden’s Hydropanel array over its lifetime
Denver Botanic Gardens, a beautiful 23- acre public botanical garden in a sprawling urban city, wanted to secure an innovative, renewable water solution to water local vegetation.
With nearly half of Colorado experiencing extreme drought, the Gardens sought a technology to showcase a potential solution to growing vegetables in areas without reliable fresh water supplies.
Installed in two sites, the Denver Botanic Gardens uses SOURCE to water the herbs and produce grown at Hive Bistro, a pizzeria located at the Gardens. Customers enjoy the highest quality food watered by the sunlight and air all around them.
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