Water Tech Invest, a Cleantech Investor event, combines insights into innovation in the water industry with information on funding opportunities from government sources and updates on successful fund raising from the private sector. A selection of companies which are currently fund raising are invited to present pitches of their investment propositions.
The event offers an excellent networking opportunity for innovators in the water sector to meet potential investors and funders.
Water Tech Invest will kick off with breakfast at 8am and end at 11.30am. Sponsored and hosted by Marks & Clerk, the event will take place in its offices in Covent Garden, London. Water Tech Invest is organised by Cleantech Investor and supported by Isle Utilities.
Kelda Technology has pioneered water-in-air shower products that halve water usage and water heating costs through patented shower technology. The company has engineered shower solutions that leverage aerospace and automotive technology to deliver game-changing levels of savings, without compromising on user experience.
Strathkelvin Instruments is a leading supplier of precision respirometry and dissolved oxygen instruments for the wastewater treatment market, using technology developed in the biomedical research market.
AquamatiX develops smarter IT systems for more efficient operational management and optimisation of water and wastewater infrastructure. The company has worked with ThingWorx, a leading developer of ‘Internet of Things’ applications, to build WaterWorX™, which adopts a completely new, fast, low cost, open standards approach to real-time network management solutions design and delivery.
Agily is a collaborative goal management app designed for operations managers within utility companies to practise a more agile and efficient leadership. Agily is mobile, light, affordable and adaptable. The app works in the cloud and is accessible from smartphones, tablets and desktops. The app was conceived by Bruno Vinel, a water and electricity sector veteran with experience which includes 20 years with Veolia. It is currently being pilot tested by two large water companies.
MFATech has developed WADER (Water Advisory Demand Evaluation & Resource), a predictive water management tool, which it plans to launch in partnership with De Montfort University, with funding from Innovate UK, the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).