AquaMost‘s CEO Todd Asmuth was featured in the Wisconsin State Journal Executive Q&A. The cleantech company uses a process called photoelectrocatalysis to purify water without the addition of chemicals. AquaMost has focused primarily on applications of their technology in the oil fracking industry, and has an industry-leading solution that could have a significant impact on the rapidly growing industry.
Madison based clean tech company AquaMost has recently completed a $4 million Series B round of funding. AquaMost is developing a new type of water purification technology called photoelectrocatalytic oxidation (PECO), which was invented at UW-Madison. The round consisted of $3 million from investors lead by the Golden Angels Network, and a $1 million phase II SBIR grant.
Madison water-technology startup AquaMost received a $1 million investment from the Golden Angels and Wisconsin Investment Partners. AquaMost is developing a new type of water purification system developed by University of Wisconsin scientists. The money will be used to hire several engineers and lab associates to develop the system for commercial sale.