Expand the utility-of the Solar Energy Desalination Analysis Tool (SEDAT) which was developed at the CLCA with data and process models needed to assist corporations in becoming water neutral by 2030. The software will enable cost-parity comparisons of water production via sustainable water desalination (on various sources and process technologies) with utility water rates and with other alternatives for producing water in select locations. The scope of work during 2023 will focus on US Brackish Water resource data GIS mapping and incorporating into SEDAT a model of Osmotically Assisted Reverse Osmosis (OARO) Desalination. and a model of Crystallizer for zero liquid discharge (ZLD) desalination of brackish water. Furthermore, Columbia will modify the SEDAT input/output data structure so that it can be migrated onto the cloud by WaterDAO.