In a recent article, Builder online described the efforts of KB home to build sustainable production homes.
The Nexus team today joined partner KB Home for the launch of the "Double ZeroHouse" project in Lancaster, California.
Jake Layes, Autodesk’s head of sustainability and clean technology for Asia Pacific, was recently interviewed by Manufacturers' Monthly and highlighted Nexus technology. The article describes the Autodesk Clean Tech Partners Program, which announced Nexus eWater as it's founding partner earlier this year.
“They have developed an onsite device for domestic installations and this product essentially harnesses the power of grey water and reduces water heating costs by up to 75 per cent,” said Layes.
Nexus Chairman, Ralph Petroff, will be presenting in this afternoon's innovation showcase at Cleantech Forum 2012 in San Francisco
Nexus, as recent runners-up in the Imagine H2O competition, has received significant press coverage in recent days. For full coverage, follow the links after the break
Nexus, as the developer of the first mass-market on-site water and heat recycler, has been named Runner-Up for the International Wastewater Innovation Prize. The Prize is the world’s top competition for water start-ups, and is awarded by the San Francisco-based Imagine H2O.
Nexus eWater is receiving Global recognition for its on-site water and heat recycling technology - reCycler
In recent weeks, Nexus has been named an Imagine H2O Prize Finalist, selected to present at the 2012 Cleantech Forum in San Francisco, and named a “Clean Water Start-up to Watch” by ZDNet.
Nexus eWater will be exhibiting at WaterSmart Innovations 2011, October 4-7 in Las Vegas. CEO Craig Richmond (contact Craig) and Chairman Ralph Petroff (contact Ralph) will be on hand to discuss our revolutionary technology and current progress toward commercial release.
Nexus eWater (Nexus, www.nexusewater.com), has secured key financial support in the form of two prestigious grants. The fundsfrom the Australian National University (announced today) and the Australian Capital Territory Government, allow Nexus to further its commercialisation program for the Nexus recycler, a world-class water and energy conservation technology for international markets.
The Nexus reCycler will, for the first time, efficiently and affordably unlock the power of grey water – an abundant and untapped resource found in every home.