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Sourcewater CEO Josh Adler Highlighted at Upcoming NREL Industry Growth Florum

Sourcewater CEO Josh Adler Highlighted at Upcoming NREL Industry Growth Florum

October 29, 2015

For Immediate Release Forum to feature business presentations from 30 clean energy startups plus panels and speakers featuring industry experts Boston, October 29, 2015 — Sourcewater CEO Josh Adler is scheduled to present at the NREL Industry Growth Forum Tuesday, November 3rd in Denver, Colorado. Sourcewater was chosen as one of thirty clean energy companies […]

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Fracking Water ‘eBay’ Looks To Sidestep Water Systems

Fracking Water ‘eBay’ Looks To Sidestep Water Systems

October 18, 2015

  Sara Jerome A company in Boston wants to be a kind of Expedia for water service, according to The Oklahoman, and Xconomy called the company an “eBay” for fracking water. The company, called Sourcewater, is looking to facilitate the water needs of the oil and gas industry and in significant ways, it manages to […]

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Sourcewater—B2B Exchange for Water in Unconventional Energy Production—to Present at Cowen & Company 4th Annual Ultimate Energy Conference

Sourcewater—B2B Exchange for Water in Unconventional Energy Production—to Present at Cowen & Company 4th Annual Ultimate Energy Conference

November 18, 2014

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., November 25, 2014 Sourcewater, an MIT spin-off addressing the critical challenges at the intersection of water supply and energy production, today announced that company founder Josh Adler will address the Cowen & Company 4th Annual Ultimate Energy Conference. The event will be held December 2-3, 2014, at the New York Hilton Midtown in […]

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Sourcewater Builds an eBay for Recycling Fracking Water

Sourcewater Builds an eBay for Recycling Fracking Water

October 18, 2014

  Martin LaMonica, October 2, 2014 Entrepreneur Josh Adler was attending a lecture on fracking at MIT’s Sloan School of Management when the magnitude of the domestic oil and gas boom hit him. Like many Americans, he had no idea that fracking had exploded-there’s on the order of 20 times more drilling with fracking-in just […]

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