we take waste heat & create clean power & water



The combined renewable energy desalination (CRED) unit utilises renewable energy sources such as low temperature thermal energy from a drilled well or waste heat from an industrial process to operate the plant and produce clean, renewable power and water. The system is:

  • Energy independent and emits zero carbon emissions
  • Fully modular which minimises impact on existing industrial assets
  • Autonomous and secure (no personnel required to operate)
  • Utilises existing assets (oil wells/power stations/industrial plants) to minimise CAPEX and energy use.



Magnuvis is an engineering company focused on providing solutions to water scarcity and climate change through the use of innovation, experience and industrial advancements.

We utilize renewable energy to produce desalinated water for industrial, agricultural, and domestic use in an environmentally friendly process.

Our focus is to provide energy efficient and cost-effective solutions to turn waste brines and energy into valuable resources.

End User

Looking to generate clean power, and/or clean water with some underperforming assets or waste heat?

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updates & news

Industrial Update

With the increasing awareness of climate change and a push for ESG, we’re seeing more heavy industry, and high energy consuming companies in the mining, machining, timber, dairy, IT and hospitality sectors (to name a few), turn to renewable energy. Beyond

Communities Updates

High energy prices, access to electricity, food scarcity and more things that many of us take for granted are more prevalent and closer to home than we think. What if access to reliable, usable water for commercial and agricultural use was

Oil & Gas Update

The energy transition is upon us.  Every day another news story breaks about big oil focusing of reducing their carbon footprint, with ambitious carbon neutral and ESG goals.  Whether that is Shell or Chevron investing in cutting edge geothermal technology