Epiphany noted in Forbes Article by Tom Joseph

Epiphany was noted in Forbes magazine. The article is titled " Water is the Core of Health & Sustainable Development -- World Water Day Meets Technology." 

Link to Article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/nicolefisher/2015/03/30/water-is-the-core-of-health-sustainable-development-world-water-day-meets-technology/ 

World Water Day Conference at United Nations - Video by Tom Joseph

Tom recently spoke on a panel at the UN for a World Water Day. The panel included: 


Kodjo E. Mensah-Abrampa - Policy Advisor, United Nations Development Programme

Panel Members:

Marc Yaggi - Executive Director, Waterkeeper Alliance

P. William Staby - CEO and Co-Founder, Resolute Marine

Jim Cohen - Executive Vice President of Global Equipment Sales, MagneGas Corporation

 Link to Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5bifcGrHY8  

Tom Joseph - UN World Water Day Summit Speaker by Tom Joseph

Tom will be speaking at the United Nations World Water Day Summit on March 23rd. He will be on a panel discussing "Sustainable Innovations for Water Procurement".



Epiphany establishes Energy Technology Collaborative by Tom Joseph

Epiphany establishes the Energy Technology Collaborative to bring together the local clean companies operating in the Strip District and Lawrenceville, PA.  Companies involved in the Collaborative include: WindStax (http://windstax.com/), Aquion Energy (http://www.aquionenergy.com/) , kWantera (http://www.kwantera.com/) , EverPower (http://everpower.com/) , Encentiv Energy (http://www.encentivenergy.com/) , Netech Corp. , Alt-Esco (http://www.alt-esco.com/) ,  Epiphany Solar Water Sytems, LLC and others. 



Epiphany Featured in NPR Marketplace Segment by Tom Joseph

NPR featured Epiphany SWS nationally during its Marketplace segment. The segment discussed Epiphany's innovative solution to the growing water challenge in the produced water industry. You can access the article and audio via this link: http://www.marketplace.org/topics/sustainability/dirty-frackwater-could-yield-lots-green