with Smart Water Technology Bailing out of the Utility death spiral? At this month’s CleanTX’s Power Hour, an
Smart Water Technology
Bailing out of the Utility death spiral? At this month’s CleanTX’s Power Hour, an exciting Austin-based company that is changing the way energy and water utilities leverage technology to manage resources and work with their customers. Join us as Jonathan Kleinman, the President of AIQUEOUS, discusses what it will take for Utilities to be successful in the future and how their business models will need to evolve.
AIQUEOUS‘ purpose is to help create a world where everyone has access to local, safe and reliable water supplies, and the tools to sustain water resources for years to come. Initially focused on modernizing water conservation, aqueous (of, like, or containing water) became the nexus of the company. Wanting to highlight the unique, data-driven approach and desire to lead the utility of the future, one word kept returning to mind – intelligence. From the in-depth knowledge of the complex water industry to the mission of creating smarter utility and city programs, AIQUEOUS brings an unmatched IQ to its services.
Find out more at: www.aiqueous.com
Thursday, May 24th 6:30 – 8:00 pm
at the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI)
2815 San Gabriel St. Austin TX
Free for CleanTX members, $5 for CleanTX Invitees! $10 for Non Members
Free parking in ATI parking lot, Dinner will be provided!
About the Speaker:
Jonathan Kleinman | President of AIQUEOUS
Jonathan is the President of AIQUEOUS, a software and engineering services company headquartered in Austin, TX. Launching the company in 2015, Jonathan took his knowledge and expertise acquired from over 15 years working in the energy sector and brought it into the water sector. AIQUEOUS’ mission is to amplify the positive impact that water and energy utilities have on their communities, and its vision is to become the platform of choice for utilities of the future. Jonathan holds an M.S. in Technology and Policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University.
Free for CleanTX Members, $5 for CleanTX invitees, $10 for Non-Members
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Free parking in ATI parking lot