The problem of the supply of clean drinking water is relevant in many countries of the world. One of the solutions to the problem of providing the population with quality water is the panels of the American startup Zero Mass Water. The company’s technology allows the production of clean, potable water directly from the air. The first Zero Mass Water test panels were installed at Kingston Hospital (Jamaica). Jamaica is one of the countries where the problem of drinking water supply is particularly acute and is being addressed at the government level. On the roof of the hospital, the startup set up 20 special Source panels that work with solar energy. The surface of the Source panels is specially coated with a hygroscopic material that absorbs moisture directly from the air. Then the liquid enters special containers where it is enriched with mineral salts and high-quality drinking water is obtained. In a month, the panels produce 3000 liters of water, which fully meets the needs of the hospital. Currently, the panels are delivered to 20 countries and are used in Libya for children of refugees from Syria, in India for schoolchildren, and in Kenya for girls from the crisis center. Startup raised more than $ 65 million for the development of the project. Among the investors of the project are Bill Gates, Richard Brans and Jeff Bezos, who invested $ 22 million. In addition to social charity projects, a startup sells panels for affluent users, since one Source installation costs $ 2,000. The developers claim that the quality of the water is almost identical to that obtained from artesian wells.