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The Globe
2.5 billion people across the globe lack access to clean water.
Developing Nations
In places like Afghanistan, lack of access to water sanitation leads to a 1 in 5 child mortality rate.
In 2016, 98% of California was experiencing severe drought, placing major stress on our water infrastructure.
Cleaning water requires a lot of power!
Solar energy available on earth.
Non-Solar energy available on earth.
Seem obvious? We thought so too.
The Tenkiv Nexus
The Tenkiv Nexus is a fully modular renewable energy system. It uses heat from the sun in order to power anything for 1/13th the cost of existing solar panels and 1/5th the cost of fossil fuels without any subsidies. It’s the breakthrough the world’s been waiting for that finally enables us to truly utilize the most abundant source of power available on earth: the sun.

We’ve already started deployment of the Tenkiv Nexus for water purification, but over time we’ll replace more and more of the world's dying energy infrastructure with this new, more powerful, cost-effective, and completely clean energy nexus.
Water Inputs
The Tenkiv Nexus water filtration module can use feed water from any source. River water, ocean water, or other contaminated waters are all able to be processed using the power that our system produces.
The heat generated from the Tenkiv Nexus is routed to and from a module in order to power different types of systems.

The module can vary: heating, electricity production, refrigeration, water filtration– anything that requires power can be connected.
The Tenkiv System
The Tenkiv Nexus is a scalable, modular, and clean system that uses solar thermal collectors in order to capture heat from the sun. The Nexus can then distribute the collected heat only where its needed.

Our solar thermal collectors are made from cost-effective materials: steel and glass. Because of their uniquely cheap cost and durability, they can be used in virtually any environment.
Your part starts here.
Successfully funded on
tenkiv nexus kickstarter
299 people backed our project to bring clean water to developing communities. Thank you so much!