Fog Fences

Fog Fences

Fog fences are a proven technology – excellent for stimulating reforestation or providing water for whole towns.
Reservoirs are still necessary to compensate for the water supply fluctuations due to inconsistent weather reliant production.
A fog fence or fog collector is an apparatus for collecting liquid water from fog, using a fine mesh or array of parallel wires. Proposed geometries include linear, similar to a fence and cylindrical. It has the advantage of being passive, requiring no external energy source to perform its collection. This makes it attractive for deployment in less developed areas. An ideal location for fog fences is high arid areas near cold offshore currents, where fog is common. – Wikipedia

Learn More >>

Learn More  @FogQuest.Org
A good article  @DailyMail.co.uk