Municipal leaders increasingly recognize the role of water/wastewater in urban planning
The relationship between water/wastewater and energy is inseperable
The manufacturing sector is a huge buyer of water/wastewater technologies
Water, and water/wastewater technologies, are at the heart of agriculture
The Inaugural China Blue-tech Awards launching in October 2013
Weekly water-nexus news reveals opportunities
Welcome to the Blue Tech Alliance, a non-profit organziation focused supporting our members identify market and investment opportunities in industry sectors where water, or water/wastewater technologies, play a critical role. In other words, we are a bridge between the so-called "water-industry" and industries such as: energy, agriculture, urban planning, manufacturing, and health.
Our members are businesses, investors, universities, and organizations who join the Blue Tech Alliance to better understand and capitalize on opportunities in blue-tech.
Sept 22 | Ari Phillips, ClimateProgress | Everybody knows that water and electricity don’t mix in the bathtub. But it turns out that in most other realms of modern life — driving, watching television, preparing dinner — they are inextricably linked. It takes water to generate energy, and energy to move water. More
The Blue Tech Alliance participates in industry sector events where water, or water/wastewater technologies, are crucial inputs. Essentially our participation creates opportunities for BTA members to demonstrate expertise and insights 'outside' of the so-called water indsutry. Recent involvement in agricutlure and energy conferences have delivered value for BTA members. Upcoming Events
China Blue-tech Awards
The China Blue-tech Awards (CBTA) connects award-winning technologies with investors and end-users in China. Companies with technologies recognized as CTBA award-winners will immediately be on the radar of Chinese investors and end-users. More