HRH, the Prince of Wales, known for his lifetime commitment to the environment, was presented to Watergen’s water-from-air solution at a festive reception at the British ambassador’s residence in Israel.
The Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum, Davos – Dr. Michael Mirilashvili, owner and president of Watergen, presented his vision for solving the global crisis of water scarcity through his company’s revolutionary drinking water from air device that “turns air into drinking water to provide affordable and pure water to everyone, everywhere.”
Watergen’s President, Dr. Michael Mirilashvili met German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the World Jewish Congress meeting in Munich.
The prince, known for his efforts to fight plastic pollution and global warming, met Watergen’s founder, Dr. Mirilashvili, who presented him with a plan to help free Monaco from its dependence on plastic bottles. The prince has installed the GEN-M machine in his palace.
Watergen’s President, Michael Mirilashvili and Watergen’s Executive Chairman, Maxim Pasik, demonstrate the company’s water-from-air technology to Executive Chairman of Ford Motor Company, William Clay Ford Jr.
The president enjoyed a glass of fresh, clean water from air directly from the GEN-M machine during a visit to the Israeli Embassy in Brazil.
30 UN Ambassadors come to taste the future – our water-from-air at Watergen’s office
The President of Montenegro, Milo Đukanović, tastes water-from-air during his visit to Watergen’s office in Herzliya, Israel
Watergen’s Executive Chairman, Maxim Pasik, demonstrates Watergen’s technology to Israel’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Danny Danon
Watergen’s President, Michael Mirilashvili and Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Brazil, Mr. Markus Pontes taste water from air at Watergen’s office in Herzliya
At a month-long exhibition at Ly Thai To Square and in honor of ongoing relations between Israel and Vietnam, Watergen ceremoniously presented the capital city, Hanoi with a GEN-350 AWG that produces water from air.
Prince Albert of Monaco tastes Watergen’s water-from-air during his royal visit to the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv, Israel.
In his speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference in the US, PM Netanyahu introduced Watergen to the audience as “the company that brings water from thin air”, lauding Watergen’s ability to bring fresh, clean water to millions around the world.
Watergen President, Michael Mirilashvili, presents the company’s technology and products to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi, together with a detailed plan for solving the water crisis in India.
At a ceremony to honor his commitment to Israel and to receive the coveted Isaiah Award, former US President Bush was introduced to Watergen’s technology by the company’s founder and CEO, Dr. Mirilashvili.
Watergen’s Executive Chairman, Maxim Pasik, demonstrates the company’s water-from-air technology to UN Secretary-General, António Guterres.
Watergen’s Executive Chairman, Maxim Pasik (pictured with Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli Amassador to the UN, Danny Danon), attends the ‘Israeli Technology and Innovation for Africa’ convention in New York.
Watergen President, Michael Mirilashvili, meets Secretary-General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, during an honorary ceremony at Tel Aviv Univerisity, at which Ban Ki-moon was awarded the prestigious George S. Wise Medal.