Posts Tagged: cleantech

Clean Energy Trust Invests in Wellntel

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Milwaukee (May 29, 2018) – Wellntel is excited to announce a first-time investment from Clean Energy Trust. Clean Energy Trust invests in innovative cleantech startups from the Midwest. The investment was announced at Clean Energy Trust’s #Co_InvestCleantech event in Chicago, Illinois on March 23, 2018. Wellntel was selected from over one hundred applicants and joins… Read more »

Groundwater insights allow businesses to meet sustainability goals

Wellntel for the Sustainable Businesses

It was once thought that groundwater monitoring would be the exclusive purview of government scientists, agencies and regulators. Wellntel upends that premise by enlisting, teaching and enabling citizens and community groups to themselves become collectors of groundwater data. We’ve seen that businesses are as interested as citizens and communities in sustainability, and need groundwater facts to meet their profit goals, their goals… Read more »

Wellntel Announces Sensor Firmware V2 (SV2)

Today, Wellntel is announcing Wellntel Sensor Firmware V2 (SV2). This new firmware is important in two ways: 1.) It substantially improves the ability of an out-of-the-box sensor to find and track groundwater levels with little or no calibration in a wide range of physical and acoustic well conditions, and when situations in the field change. Therefore, it simplifies start-up, improves… Read more »

Wellntel expands, opens Global Groundwater Center in Milwaukee

Wellntel's Global Groundwater Center

To accelerate and expand production, customer service, and new product development, Wellntel, Milwaukee’s hottest watertech start-up* has moved into a new facility on Milwaukee’s historic lower east side. The new space boasts a water lab, high-tech just-in-time production cells, a fabrication shop, fulfillment center, high-speed internet, natural sunlight, a store front, conference center, ample parking,… Read more »

How Wellntel is fueling a #groundwaterinformationrevolution

Wellntel: a whole new ballgame

Until Wellntel, anyone wanting to know about groundwater depended on a limited array of complex or cumbersome tools to find groundwater or well water levels. The least expensive, but most cumbersome, is demonstrated here: Tapes, loggers and transducers all require an open well and an expert on site. They are expensive to buy and use. So they… Read more »

Groundwater Pumping Risk Featured in USA Today

USA Today Solutions

If you haven’t already seen it, the cover article, called ‘Pumped beyond limits, many U.S. aquifers in decline’ at USA Today is a meticulously researched, eye-opening piece about the rapidly declining state of the US’ and the world’s major aquifers, impact, and potential solutions. The first three solutions proposed are, in essence, Wellntel – and we make… Read more »

What’s on a typical Wellntel Groundwater Information Dashboard?

Wondering what’s on a typical Wellntel Groundwater Information Dashboard and what can you do with it? Organize your wells into sites. View the groundwater levels in your wells on a continuous, zoomable time series chart. View your wells on a map. Compare trends in your well to the area around you. Monitor your Wellntel Sensor’s battery… Read more »

Wellntel information improves groundwater science

While the need for more information about groundwater grows, methods or plans to get it have lagged far behind for decades. And while computer models become more powerful every day, verifiably accurate observations to confirm and improve them are expensive and time consuming when you can’t see the resource, as is the case with groundwater…. Read more »

Wellntel: like moving from black-and-white to HDTV

U-C Berkeley researchers, tapping Wellntel aggregated data for groundwater models, are experiencing the power of rich data – what some call “ground-truth” – in assessing the condition and future of the resource. Here’s an except from a recent article about Wellntel’s collaboration with UCB scientists in California Magazine. Excerpt: “The current problem, the [U-C Berkeley] researchers… Read more »