Gigaom has run a feature article about Wellntel by Ucilia Wang, a freelance reporter who writes about renewables for the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and many others. Ucilia did an exceptional job of understanding what we are doing and the impact we’re having. The article, and some good pictures, is here: http://gigaom.com/2014/05/02/this-startup-is-using-sound-waves-to-help-manage-ground-water/.
This was the subject line of an email from CEO Marian Singer, sent to Team Wellntel — investors, friends and partners — after it was announced that Wellntel is a runner up in Imagine H20’s Global Water Technology Competition. Here is what else she had to say: Good evening – Nick and I are proudContinue reading ““2nd place couldn’t feel any better””
Wellntel has been named a finalist in the fifth annual Imagine H2O Global Water Start-Up Competition. Imagine H2O is a nonprofit organization that supports market-based solutions to water challenges. This year’s contest is designed to accelerate promising water innovations for the food and agriculture sectors, something Wellntel can and will do, by connecting groundwater resource information toContinue reading “Wellntel a Finalist in Imagine H20’s Global Water Start-Up Competition”
Wellntel is featured in the December issue of National Driller Magazine, with a cover headline and a three page piece by Holly Case. In addition to interviewing Team Wellntel, Holly visited with Sue Luft, President of Pro Water Equity, a group working on groundwater issues in the Central Coast of California, and who is graciously leading aContinue reading “Wellntel in National Driller Magazine”
Wellntel made hometown news last week, with an in-depth feature in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s business section. Business Reporter Kathleen Gallagher worked hard to get the story right, interviewing many members of Team Wellntel, Wellntel investors and scientists at U-C Berkeley. Since it ran, the phone has rung off the hook with folks wanting to ownContinue reading “Wellntel Featured in Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel”
For Immediate Release — Milwaukee, WI — September, 2013 // The Wisconsin water technology firm Wellntel, working with scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, will bring groundwater into view to help make it sustainable. It’s a bold project that will have lasting positive global consequences. Until recently, ample groundwater seemed like a sure thing. Generally,Continue reading “Wellntel and UC Berkeley Hydroclimate Group to Make Groundwater More Visible”
“If you talk with people (homeowners and farmers) in water stressed regions (60% of US), they’ll tell you that groundwater is property value.” – Marian Singer, CEO Wellntel.