According to Zero Mass Water, a standard, two-panel hydropanel array can generate between 12 and 24 16.9-ounce bottles’ worth of water per day, depending on how sunny it is. Although the technology relies on moisture in the air, it supposedly works even in areas with relatively low humidity, like Arizona, where Zero Mass Water is headquartered.
The company estimates that a two-panel array, plus shipping and installation, will cost you between $5,500 and $6,500. Each panel should last 15 years. For more information, check out the Zero Mass Water website.