The Ship that Produces Drinking Water While Cleaning up the Oceans.




Urgent Global Challenges

Water Shortage

2.4 billion people in the world have no access to clean drinking water. In many regions people suffer from severe water shortages, which is one root cause for mass exodus and refugees. Furthermore, the growing industrial exploitation of sweet water reservoirs and ground water accelerates the shortage. Globally. With ripple effects of desertification and biodiversity destruction.



Simultaneously, more than 200 million tons of plastic waste are floating in the world’s oceans. And every year about 13 million tons more are being dumped. Fish, marine animals and birds, as well as the microcosm are being wiped out irreversibly. Marine litters and microplastics are not only lethal for ocean health but ultimately accelerate Climate Change.



FEHNER. An Efficient Solution Hereof.


High Tech Engineering

FEHNER Collects And Recycles Plastic Waste
While Producing Valuable Drinking Water And Sea Salt

Cleaned Water Surface / Day

Drinking Water Produced / Day

Microplastic Filtered / Day

Pure Sea Salt Produced / Day

Get to know FEHNER.

Why we fancy this project.

Drinking water shortage and the increasing pollution of the oceans are two major concerns our earth is confronted with. FEHNER provides a solution to these. As an entrepreneurial impact investor, we solely focus on projects that generate powerful impact while offering a business case with above-average returns.

What’s in it for nature.

Humans have destroyed  nature and its fragile dependencies for years. Ocean Health is vital for all forms of life. FEHNER’s mission is to help restore the caused damage by providing waste-free, sustainable options to do so.

Why it is impactful.

2.5 million people can be supplied with drinking water yearly, with just one ship (based on the annual per capita water consumption in Germany). This counteracts supply shortages caused by desertification or humanitarian disasters. Simultaneously, FEHNER generates its power by recycling plastic waste polluting the oceans, helping to restore Ocean Health. This, eventually, contributes to restoring global biological balance.

Why you should co-invest.

Become part of an initiative dedicated to making our oceans plastic-free and saving the marine habitat all while addressing the concerning drinking water shortage our world is facing. The oceans cannot restore themselves. It is our turn to act.


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People are conducting a gigantic experiment with the seas. We cannot predict how it will turn out.

- Prof. Dr. Mojib Latif (Meteorologist, Oceanographer, Climatologist)