Water

Planning, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources for a sustainable future.

There are many opportunities for innovation and collaboration around the water industry in the Cambridge region, and this SIG can also benefit from our links with Anglian Water and the Water Innovation Network. We are running this group in partnership with the Water Innovation Network.

This group is chaired by Adam Brooks (Anglian Water) and supported by Dr Richard Fenner (University of Cambridge) and Dr Ana Soares (Cranfield Water Science Institute).

If you are interested in contacting the chair or one of the supporters of the SIG, please contact us at admin@cambridgecleantech.org.uk.

Contact Auriane at auriane.cirasuolo@cambridgecleantech.org.uk if you wish to take part in this Special Interest Group.

Recording Available – SDG12: Responsible Consumption and Production

EVENT: Recording Available – Climate Action 2021: Responsible Consumption and Production
FOR: Anyone who wishes to learn about Responsible Consumption and Production.
DATE: 8th July 2021
VENUE: Online

Climate Action: Fighting Water Scarcity

Learn about cleantech companies contributing to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, starting with SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

Recording Available – Climate Action 2021: Clean Water & Sanitation

EVENT: Climate Action 2021: Clean Water & Sanitation
FOR: Anyone who wishes to learn about water scarcity and what can be done about it.
DATE: 3rd February 2021
VENUE: Online

WaterVent, an online networking event for the water sector

EVENT: WaterVent, an online networking event for the water sector
FOR: Great networking opportunity for anyone interested in the water sector, with funding opportunities for innovative smes
DATE: 15th December 2020
VENUE: Online

Hydraloop to launch at CES 2020 Las Vegas

Cleantech Venture Day 2018 Innovator Hydraloop declared one of the top 50 most innovative Dutch tech start-ups and selected to launch at CES 2020 Las Vegas, accompanied by the Dutch Prince.

Collaborate with Turkish innovators

Here is an opportunity for cleantech SMEs in waste water management and solar sectors to collaborate with Turkish companies in these sectors. Selected companies are visiting the UK from 22-24 May as part of Innovate UK’s Newton Fund programme and looking to discuss potential joint R&D initiatives and knowledge sharing.