May 2017. Two new grants were awarded by the Department of Energy to assist on moving the Purification products and the Desalination products forward.

July 2016, Agua Via’s first water membrane from Covalent becomes the featured image on the splash page for the Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Office website. “The most atomically precise material ever built.”

http://energy.gov/eere/amo/small-business-innovation-research.  

June 2016, Covalent requested to present the membranes at the Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Peer Review.

April 2016, DOE awarded Covalent SBIR Phase 2 Grant for scale-up of membrane manufacturing.

March 2016, Agua Via attends the 2016 White House Water Summit, one of only two companies invited.

January 2016, Agua Via invited to US President’s Office of Management & Budget small strategy group to advise on national water strategy.

December 2015, Agua Via invited to attend the US President’s White House Roundtable on Water Innovation. 

March 2016, first commercial contract signed to deliver 45,000Acre Feet of water per year in California.

December 2015, US National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Covalent an SBIR Phase 1 Grant for development of a commercial-scale, real time Quality Assurance system for membrane manufacturing. 

February 2015, US Department of Energy (DOE) awarded Covalent SBIR Phase 1 Grant for development of commercial-scale, massively parallel membrane manufacturing.

The development of the membrane manufacturing technology has been sponsored by the US Department of Energy and National Science Foundation. 

The development of the membrane manufacturing technology has been sponsored by the US Department of Energy and National Science Foundation

The development of the membrane manufacturing quality control system has been sponsored by a grant from the US National Science foundation

The development of the membrane manufacturing quality control system has been sponsored by a grant from the US National Science foundation