This research addresses two significant challenges: the scarcity of clean water and the impact of global warming. With approximately 1.1 billion people lacking access to clean water and water purification consuming substantial energy, which is harmful to the environment, finding sustainable solutions is crucial. The study is centered in Karachi, Pakistan, and proposes employing solar-powered technology to purify salty water and make it safe for drinking. The investigation covers various aspects, such as determining the size and cost of the purification system. Computer programs are utilized to simulate the operation of the system. Additionally, plans are developed for managing and monitoring the system remotely using the internet. This approach allows the community to track the system's performance and identify any issues. Furthermore, the research includes a practical test to ensure that the system functions as intended. Ultimately, this research offers a promising solution for addressing water scarcity in Pakistan. By utilizing solar energy to purify water and implementing a specialized monitoring system, the study strives to ensure effective and sustainable water purification processes.
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