This Massachusetts Water Industry Market Map represents the breadth and depth of the state’s water industry. Click on the image below for a larger representation.
Or to download a high-quality file suitable for detailed viewing and poster-sized printing, see this PDF version.
Watch this TEDx presentation to learn about the Massachusetts water cluster and the genesis of SWIM – YouTube video
SWIM in the News:
We continue to make strides toward Massachusetts becoming a premier global water innovation cluster. Please click the links below to explore some news and progress the SWIM organization and steering committee are making in this effort.
AWWA Journal Article: “How to Get Real Innovation Flowing in the Water Industry” – Jim Matheson
Boston Globe: “State Seeks to Build Water Tech Cluster”
Boston Globe: “Hire Shows MA Is Committed to Water Tech Sector”
Boston Business Journal: “NBD Nano, Others, Get $150k Grant To Advance Water Technology”
Northeastern University News: “A Rising Tide Lifts Emerging Water Innovation”
Mass. Clean Energy Center: “Patrick Administration Announces Three Grant Awards for Water Innovation”
The Wall Street Journal: “Water Is Scarce—and Undervalued” – Gretchen McClain, Xylem Corp.
Israel NewTech: “U.S. Water Industry Heads Network with Start-Ups in Tel Aviv”
The Jerusalem Post: “Mass., Isreal Cooperate to Build Water Innovation”
Mass High Tech: “State Aims To Be Water Innovation Leader”
SWIM 2012 on Twitter:
Symposium on Water Innovation in MA about to start — Gov Patrick, then me + opening panel. Ultra senior, sharp audience here
Mass High Tech
Local companies, state officials today are asking what it will take to corner the $500B water market?
Perfect day for the Symposium on Water Innovation at Goodwin Procter, good precursor to tomorrow’s rollout of report on water infrastructure
MA has more water tech patents per capita than any other state.
MA aims to be global water innovation leader – SWIM conference convenes tomorrow to accelerate. efforts
Why such a disconnect between the water and clean energy sectors? And how do we create a stronger H2O cluster in Boston? In the US?