Rainmaker in Kuwait: Precipitating a Solution

Pricing the Priceless
  • Srinivasan SunderasanEmail author


Dutch Rainmaker of the Netherlands had developed a wind-energy-driven system that would generate energy required to extract the vapor from the flowing air and to condense it into water for routine use. The water accumulated in tanks within the system. Several other vendors had developed and deployed such water-extraction systems, especially for use in emergency situations such as earthquakes and hurricanes. At about 7,500 lpd, the Rainmaker system was larger than most comparable technologies. Additionally, since it was coupled with a wind energy generator, it did not require external power supply: It was totally independent of the utility power grid, surface water sources, groundwater aquifers, and water distribution networks.


Heat Pump Capital Expenditure Water Distribution Network Debt Service Surface Water Source 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Verdurous Solutions Private LimitedMysoreIndia

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