Nexus eWater Completes $2.1 Million Series A Funding Round

Nexus eWater has developed the world's first practical water and energy recycler for homes. The estimated annual US market for this new product suite is projected at $15 billion per year. The patented product collects a home’s grey water (the drain water from showers and laundry), then cleans it to the highest standard for at-home recycling for lawn watering and other approved uses. Additionally, the system captures and re-uses the heat found in the grey water for further recycling. The system is available for both new homes and for retrofits.   The international investor team includes Canberra-based venture fund ANU Connect Ventures (ANUCV), the Sydney Angels and the Sydney SideCar Fund. The round was led by Thomas Reeves Hitchner, the retired general partner of Baltimore-based venture fund, QuestMark Partners. Proceeds from this funding cycle will complete the initial product roll-out of Nexus’ on-site water and energy recycling products for the California and US market.   The Nexus system is affordable, robust and efficient. It is a sustainability “triple play.” For a house with a family of four, the system provides these three benefits: Reduces in-home water usage by 40%, (up to 200 gallons per day) by recycling 67% of the water used in a house; Reduces wastewater by 70%, (up to 200 gallons per day); and Reduces home electric energy usage by 10-20%. The energy recycler provides the equivalent power of a 1.5 kW solar array, but at a fraction of the cost. In large, older homes, this amount could be tripled. Energy recycling is accomplished by using a patented heat pump system, which harvests the energy from the warm grey water and then uses that energy to heat fresh, new water for the home. By recycling this energy, the home’s water can be heated using 75% less energy than any conventional tank or tankless water heater.  

Global PV Balance-of-System Revenues to Exceed $20 Billion in 2019, IHS Says

Asian markets dominated by niche BoS suppliers lead the market

SolarBOS Now Offering Wire Harness Solutions

All wire harness assemblies are custom manufactured to client specifications, making any installation effective and cost efficient.

GRUPO CLAVIJO IS STARTING A NEW PROJECT WITH A CAPACITY OF 63 Mw IN HONDURAS

The Spanish manufacturer of solar structures and trackers will exceed the installed capacity of 720 Mw.

How The meeco Group manages logistic challenges of solar projects

Missions of the Head of procurement & logistics

Off to the Races: GameChange Starts Kentucky Roll Forming Line for Rapid Deliveries to GA and NC

GameChange has commenced production of roll formed galvanized steel components in Kentucky.

SMA Sunny Tripower Inverters Energize O2 Energies' 4.25 MW Rockwell Solar Farm

Decentralized Design Selected for Utility-Scale PV Plant in North Carolina

Ethical Electric Passes Corporate Giving, Environmental Impact, Customer Milestones

Renewable energy company Ethical Electric announces it has passed 56,000 customers, 588 million avoided pounds of carbon dioxide emissions, and $543,000 in non-profit donations.

RES Americas Announces Commercial Operation Of 110 MW Texas Wind Project

The Keechi Wind Project will deliver electricity into the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. (ERCOT) market, under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement with Microsoft Corporation.

ET Solar Builds a 9.1 MWp Solar Farm for Hilperton PV in the UK

Code named "Marsh Farm", the project is located at Trowbridge in Wiltshire and is expected to be grid-connected under the 1.4 Renewable Obligation Certificates scheme this month.

Cogenra Breaks Through the 400W Module Power Barrier

400W peak power achieved in a 72-cell format panel using DCI technology on commercially available mono-crystalline cells ---- An unprecedented 352W achieved for multi-crystalline cells

Clean Focus Completes Multi-Megawatt Solar Power System in Adelanto, California

New 3.75 MW Solar Project Partially Funded by EB-5 Investment Program to Support Local Job Creation

Technology Credit Corporation Utilizes Energy Toolbase to Analyze Solar Project Savings

Technology Credit Corporation Utilizes the Energy Toolbase Software Platform to Analyze Solar Project Savings

Main Street Power Acquired by The AES Corporation and Named AES Distributed Energy

Proven experience in turnkey distributed generation solar projects combined with AES' operating platforms will bring sustainable energy solutions to customers in key markets

REA welcomes Energy and Climate Change Committee EMR Report

The REA provided both written and oral evidence to the report, which outlines the risk that the CfD and Capacity Market risk pursuing competing aims and the latter locking the UK into higher carbon sources of energy.

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