AWARDS & PRESS

SunToWater Wins Silicon Valley Impact Challenge 
with Water Generation Solution to Address 
California’s Drought.

By extracting drinking water from earth’s air, company’s solar-powered technology promises inexpensive, abundant volumes to meet world’s shortages. The competition challenged over 100 applicants from across the country to demonstrate that their solution would positively impact the severe drought situation in California by leveraging new and exponentially growing technologies to increase local water supply.  SunToWater was declared the winner with its patented water generator that has been demonstrated to produce inexpensive, abundant volumes of potable drinking water from Earth’s air — even in desert conditions.

SunToWater Wins the 
Founder Showcase Competition in Mountainview, California

The Company entered the 16th annual Founder Showcase competition and won 1st place, besting hundreds of others Silicon Valley startups. The Founder Showcase is Silicon Valley’s leading seed-stage startup event. Over 300 startups applied, but in the end just six companies were selected to present on stage in Silicon Valley in front of an audience of 400+ people, and a panel of top global investors. The finalists were are all building innovative products around a diverse set of markets, including solar power, batteries, real estate, and of course water. SunToWater 1st Place set the company on a path to commercialization of its revolutionary Water Generator.

Get a water generator that makes 40-100 gallons of drinking water every day from thin air using solar energy (SunToWater).

Beyond VR, a host of unexpected — yet somehow credible — products are seeing the light of day. It’s now possible to purchase a kitchen hive to harvest edible insects to substitute meat-protein (LIVIN farms), take a shower or nap in a luxury Bay Area hotel (Recharge), or get a water generator that makes 40-100 gallons of drinking water every day from thin air using solar energy (SunToWater).
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PEOPLE ARE STARTING TO TALK ABOUT SUNTOWATER

Leaders from the technology and innovation fields are already taking notice of SunToWater and the revolutionary implications of our technology. In 2015 alone, SunToWater won first prize at both the Silicon Valley Founder Showcase and the Singularity Impact Challenge – a powerful vote of confidence in our technology’s revolutionary potential. Interest has been pouring in.

The 2015 Singularity University Impact Challenge asked for solutions that would “positively impact the severe drought situation in California by leveraging new and exponentially growing technologies to increase water supplies available in California.” The challenge was offered in collaboration with California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and NASA Research Lab in Silicon Valley.

The competition challenged over 100 applicants from around the world to demonstrate that their solution would positively impact the severe drought situation in California by leveraging new and exponentially growing technologies to increase local water supply. SunToWater was declared the winner with its patented Water Generator that has been demonstrated to produce inexpensive, abundant volumes of potable drinking water from Earth’s air – even in desert conditions.

We’ve received calls from staff at both the Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation, and Lieutenant Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, indicated a willingness to discuss potential tax rebates, similar to those currently offered for solar panels, to incentivize residential and commercial adoption of the technology across California.

EARLY NEWS COVERAGE AND ARTICLES ABOUT US


With new water generators, Carrollton startup
can unlock the ocean above your head.
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These 3 New Devices Can Suck Water From The Air To Solve Our Droughts
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SunToWater covered by NBC as the winner of the Singularity University Impact Challenge
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Drought Busting Innovations Pull Water From the Air, the Sea, and Your Toilet
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SunToWater CEO Benjamin Blumenthal Interviewed by KGO reporter Rob Fisher
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Les start-up luttent contre la sécheresse en Californie
(Startups struggle against drought in California)
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SunToWater CEO Benjamin Blumenthal Interviewed by KRLD during CEO Spotlight
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Ep 347: Benjamin Blumenthal Interview – SunToWater
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SunToWater Technologies Begins Presales of Award-Winning Solar-Powered Water Generation Technology
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BOSS Magazine
Today’s researchers are taking moisture from the air to have clean water, and they’re succeeding.
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SunToWater units produce 40 to 100 gallons of clean water per day from the air
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Forbes
3 Startups That May Benefit from the Tesla PowerWall
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