NEWIN - New England Water Innovation Network

  Boston Massachusetts USA

  Headquarters

About
The New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN) serves water-focused stakeholders across New England to make an impact on global water challenges by helping to broaden and accelerate innovation to market.


Association Information

Type

Regional Cluster

Geographies

New England, USA

Our Organization Supports

Other

Markets We Touch

Municipal / Utility - Small, Rural, Industrial - z.Other Manufacturing Operations, Industrial - Chemical / Pharmaceutical

Summary

The New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN) was conceived in Massachusetts in 2011, incorporated in January 2014 and since then has been reaching out to New England and beyond to establish best practices in order to accelerate innovation. We recognize that bringing water technologies to market is a long process and aim to provide the forum and the path to be most efficient.

NEWIN:
* Drives water innovation through collaboration, best practice sharing, advocacy and outreach
* Helps solution providers with business development and technology testing site network to accelerate innovation to market
* Helps solution seekers find best-in-class technologies to improve treatment cost and quality
* Engages and energizes our next generation of water industry professionals
* Provides a common voice for the New England Water industry

NEWIN is the 501(c)(6) non-profit, water industry cluster for New England whose members are committed to helping solve water resource challenges globally.
NEWIN’s mission is to make an impact on the global water challenges by helping to broaden and accelerate innovation to market.

CATALYZE WATER INDUSTRY COLLABORATION

For our Water Industry Stakeholders, facilitate: Partnerships, Business Development, Best Practice Sharing, Advocacy, Outreach and Communication

DRIVE LOCAL INNOVATION WITH GLOBAL IMPACT

Promote regional, national and global collaboration and partnerships to make an impact on the world’s pressing water challenges.

Additional Information


Member Information

Member Focus

Monitoring, Controls & Instrumentation, Quality, Treatment & Remediation, Planning, Design, Engineering & Consulting, Stormwater, Equipment, Parts & Materials, Infrastructure, Storage & Distribution, Natural Environments, Supporting Services

Member Interests

Data, Sensors, Controls & Instrumentation, Education, Industry / Industrial Processes, Infrastructure & Equipment, Market Development & Expansion, Planning, Design & Engineering, Remediation, Research, Technology & Innovation, Water Quality, Storms & Stormwater

Member Benefits

ACCESS TO TRADE MISSIONS
- Develop networks for business, academia, and government
- Learn from the successes of other nations like Israel and Singapore

NEWIN EXCHANGE TEST NETWORK
- Leverage test beds to trial technology and accelerate your path to market

NETWORK AND GROW RELATIONSHIPS
- Gain exposure to leading-edge technologies and research
- Enhance university research collaboration
- Share best practices and collaborate on policy

SYMPOSIUM FOR WATER INNOVATION IN MASSACHUSETTS (SWIM)

SWIM convenes 200 of the top regional water industry leaders from Industry, Academia, Finance and Government.
SWIM participants workshop critical issues for accelerating innovation.

A SWIM highlight is the Headwaters Innovation Prize –which is an award for the best business plan for Water Innovation. The 2013 Winner, Drinkwell, is focused on delivering clean water to Indian Villagers using a combination of novel technology and a micro-finance business model.

NEWIN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
- In the fall, NEWIN convenes water industry leaders to better understand needs for a specific segment.
- November 2014, WPI hosted the Leadership Conference of over 100 attendees and learned more about the process of innovation in the municipal water and wastewater industry.
- A Leadership Conference highlight is the Water Leadership Award –which is an award for the an individual or organization that made a significant impact to the New England water industry. The 2014 winner, Daniel O’Brien spent 17 years at the EPA and 27 at MWRA.

Member Contact

contact@newengland-win.org


Contact Information

Address

Location

Boston Massachusetts

Phone

Fax


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