Posts Tagged: technology

Wellntel Sentinel Sites Will Inform the National Groundwater Discussion

Wellntel is building strong relationships with research and education organizations around the country to support and strengthen rich groundwater science. Inspired by these growing partnerships, Wellntel is starting to craft a new program we are calling “Wellntel Sentinel Sites”. Sentinel sites will be research, education, and other science and groundwater stewardship organizations such as university programs,… Read more »

What can Wellntel tell me about my groundwater pumping?

Wellntel Pump Cycling

Out of the box, Wellntel provides static water level insight to well owners. With the installation of the Pump Performance Kit (PPK), Wellntel adds the capability to sense pumping events and help well owners get a feel for how often, and how long, their pump operates. Since pumps have a finite life, this information can… Read more »

Wellntel Welcomes Joe the Science Guy

Joe Fillingham. Image source: UW Milwaukee, School of Freshwater Sciences

Wellntel is thrilled to welcome Joseph Fillingham to the team! Joe has successfully defended his dissertation and will receive a PhD in Freshwater Ecosystem Dynamics from the University of Wisconsin, School of Freshwater Sciences this May. Joe also has an MS in Atmospheric Science and has worked as a Program Analyst with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Joe will be Science… 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 joins Watertech Start-ups at The Brew

On June 19th at the 2014 Water Summit, Wellntel was officially announced as one of five companies to selected to join the BREW, the Milwaukee Water Council’s accelerator for water technology startups. Other companies participating include a small to micro-scale hydropower system, a new water decontamination technology, a laboratory improvement technology and hardware firm and our… Read more »

The rise of watertech

The Wall Street Journal is starting to take note of innovations in water technology and business models that will lead to new value and sustainability, mentioning Wellntel, among other ImagineH2O portfolio firms, today. The rise of #water #tech! IH2O portfolio companies featured in WSJ today. @GetWaterSmart @Wellntel @UciliaWang http://t.co/9uCb0xRRVU — Imagine H2O (@ImagineH2O) May 19, 2014… Read more »

Wellntel featured on Gigaom.com

Gigaom has run a feature article about Wellntel by Ucilia Wang, a freelance reporter who writes about renewables for the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and many others. Ucilia did an exceptional job of understanding what we are doing and the impact we’re having. The article, and some good pictures, is here: http://gigaom.com/2014/05/02/this-startup-is-using-sound-waves-to-help-manage-ground-water/.  

“2nd place couldn’t feel any better”

This was the subject line of an email from CEO Marian Singer, sent to Team Wellntel — investors, friends and partners — after it was announced that Wellntel is a runner up in Imagine H20’s Global Water Technology Competition. Here is what else she had to say: Good evening – Nick and I are proud… Read more »

Wellntel helping folks manage the California drought

The area around Paso Robles California, part of the Central Coast region of California, is known for its idyllic rural setting and its prolific agricultural output. Once dotted with dry-farmed almond groves, now boutique and large scale vineyards and specialty ranches mingle with villas and hillside homesteads. And like most of California, the area is experiencing the worst… Read more »