Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Tag: WaterTech

Trent University Receives Federal Investment for Cleantech Accelerator

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FedDev Ontario will be investing $4.8-million to help Trent University establish the Trent Enterprise Centre (TEC). The announcement was made by Maryam Monsef, member...

SHARC Energy Hires Matt Engelhardt as Chief Operating Officer

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SHARC International Systems Inc. (SHARC Energy) announced that it has hired Matt Engelhardt as its chief operating officer. Matt Engelhardt has over 15 years of...

Sphere 3D Announces Acquisition of Rainmaker Worldwide

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Sphere 3D announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement with Rainmaker Worldwide Inc, a global Water-as-a-Service (WaaS) provider. Pursuant to this agreement,...

Impact of COVID-19 on Water Technology Companies

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Water technology companies have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which doesn’t come as a surprise. But how exactly have they been impacted? To find...

Bluefield Report Pinpoints Opportunities for Tech in U.S. Water Sector

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In 2017, U.S. industry spent $10.2 billion on water management, including water acquisition, treatment, reuse, and discharge, according to Bluefield Research. In its latest report, Opportunities...

Call for Applications to Participate in Watertech Trade Mission to Europe

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Ontario’s Water Technology Acceleration Project (WaterTAP) has announced a week-long European trade mission to take place in January 2019, with capacity for seven Canadian...

Southern Ontario Water Consortium Showcases Watertech Successes

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Today, the Southern Ontario Water Consortium hosted an event to showcase the success of 35 companies under its Advancing Water Technologies (AWT) program. Launched...

Canada-U.S. Partnership to Accelerate Water Technologies Innovation

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As neighbours do, two leading water innovation organizations have begun a new partnership to support the uptake of promising new water technologies. Today at...

Western WaterTech Accelerator Launched

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A new water cleantech accelerator has been launched in western Canada.  WaterNEXT (not to be confused with Water Canada's Water's Next) was launched in Alberta...

Quebec Gets $7.8M to Develop Cleantech, Improve Water Quality

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The Government of Canada announced a new $7.8-million investment in three Quebec companies that will improve surface water quality in Sherbrooke and Montreal. The...

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