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Voltea won the Water Technology Idol competition at the Global Water Summit held in Paris in April 2010.
The Water Technology Idol competition involved the presentation to a panel of experts of the new water technologies, which have made the biggest claims to change the world of water. Voltea won because its technology offers all of the benefits of an ‘ideal’ desalting technology: low energy and pressure, high water recovery, low fouling potential and the ability to operate chemical-free together with lower total costs of ownership than other existing technologies.
CNBC Business ranked Voltea as the 3rd most creative company in Europe.
CNBC European Business is a monthly magazine devoted to financial and business news and addresses business leaders and entrepreneurs. In their yearly ranking of the most creative companies in Europe, CNBC has ranked Voltea in the top 3 of companies that will be able to make the most disruptive changes.
Voltea has won a much coveted place on The Artemis Project’s 2011 list of the Top 50 water technology companies. Voltea was chosen based on a strict set of criteria including technology, business strategy, and potential applications.
Voltea was named in the prestigious 2011 Global Cleantech 100, produced by the Cleantech Group, a leading research firm focused on global cleantech innovation. The Global Cleantech 100 program is produced in collaboration with the UK’s Guardian News and Media. 4,274 companies from more than 45 countries were nominated for the Global Cleantech 100 list this year. The Global Cleantech 100 list focuses on those companies which are most likely to make the most significant market impact over the next 5-10 years.
The Volkskrant, a respected Dutch newspaper, featured Voltea as part of a series of reports on the future of the Dutch economy. In the article Voltea was ranked as the number one most promising new technology venture by the Stichting Nederland Kennisland a prominent Dutch think-tank focusing on innovation and knowledge in Dutch Society.

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