One of Australia’s fastest growing tech companies, RedEye, has announced a strategic partnership with U.S. water technologies organisation, WaterStart, following a Nevada Government trade mission to Queensland in late 2016.
“We are really looking forward to showcasing our unique technologies in Nevada and furthering water innovation for the state,” said Chris Rochfort, CEO of STAR Water Solutions. “This is an opportunity for STAR Water to target large scale projects, with the help of DRI, that will focus on improving water quality in the state.”
“We are looking forward to working with Truckee Meadows Water Authority to identify large-scale solutions to challenges in water treatment throughout Nevada,” said WaterStart Executive Director Nate Allen.
WaterStart operates in a region of proven first adopters. Our goal is to leverage statewide partners in order to create an international hub for technology companies working in concert to meet challenges in water today and in the future. So it's in that effort we're launching this newsletter.
In an effort to expand water innovation, WaterStart announces three strategic partnerships that will bring new knowledge and create opportunities for Nevada. Projects with Carollo, in collaboration with AdEdge; STAR Water Solutions and RedEye were selected after being identified in round five of the Commercialization Fund process.
Through WaterStart and GOED, the State of Nevada is promoting the state’s commitment to innovation in water technology. WaterStart and GOED announce Round 7 of a competitive matching grant process for water tech companies, with individual grants ranging from $25,000- $100,000.