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Reverse Osmosis is an efficient, membrane-based method of desalination that removes salt from water by forcing saltwater through a semi-permiable membrane. The method gets is name from the osmotic affect which naturally occurs in living organisms. The pressure to reverse osmotic pressure requires a significant amount of energy, but is far more efficient than thermal desalination techniques.

Reverse Osmosis is the leading desalination technology for desalination companies today, and is approaching the limits for efficiency set by the laws of physics. The next frontier for cost reductions will likely be integrating the process with variable renewable energy sources like wind and solar energy.

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    Water and Energy are the two most basic and important aspects of off grid living.  Since 2001, Sisyan has shown that Solar Photovoltaics and Reverse Osmosis Desalination can make for a reliable, efficient source of energy and water.  Until recently, the lead acid batteries required to produce water around the clock have accounted for over […]
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