AquaMost Featured in Wisconsin State Journal

aquamost_logoAquaMost‘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.

AquaMost has raised $5M, and is now shipping production systems. Check out the full Wisconsin State Journal article here.

AquaMost Raises $4 Million

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.