WaterStart Begins Accepting Grant Proposals

Nevada-based incubator, WaterStart, has started accepting proposals from companies around the world with timely, collaborative and unique applications on how their technologies can help its members advance development and management in various areas related to water.

With support from both its members and the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), WaterStart provides commercialization funding to support pilots and installations of new and innovative technologies that address areas such as efficiencies or quality improvements in drinking water delivery, commercial building water infrastructure management and more.

Individual grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 may be awarded and used to support activities including:

  • Testing and evaluation of new technologies
  • Demonstration projects
  • Technical support with research and development
  • Big data computing

The deadline to submit proposals is 12 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 27.

Companies interested in submitting a proposal can view the full criteria and guidelines at waterstart.com.


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