UK graphene company leads £1m project for clean water technology – “as simple as making filter coffee”

  A UK company is heading a £1m project to pioneer new, graphene-based technology to help address the world’s clean drinking water crisis. Manchester-based G2O Water Technologies is leading the project to accelerate development of its patented system that has the potential to significantly reduce the cost of water filtration. The ultimate aim of the project is to develop domestic …

G2O – An Exercise in Pragmatism

G2O is featured in Investor Intelligence who note that: G2O has developed a scalable method for coating graphene oxide on to standard filter media. The coating improves the performance of water treatment filters. This enhances the performance of the filter and potentially reduces the costs of operation too. Waste water treatment is a large global market, measured in the $Billions, …

G2O Graphene Membranes Allow ‘A Radical Optimization of Existing Practice’

An article in Water and Wastewater International titled “GLOBAL ‘GRAPHENE RUSH’ CONTINUES AS UK SCIENTISTS STABILISE MEMBRANE” discusses G2O’s technology in the context of recent announcements from the University of Manchester. Elsewhere in the UK, G2O is commercialising a development by the University of South Carolina in which a graphene oxide coating is applied to an existing polymeric membrane. Pearce added: …

G2O’s Graphene Membranes To Be Highlighted at Global Water Summit 2017, Madrid

G2O’s CEO Tim Harper will be presenting the company’s technologies and latest breakthroughs at the Global Water Summit 2017 in Madrid (23-25 April). The Global Water Summit has always been about connections: water meets money, public meets private, business meets opportunity. This year we want to take it one step further, to explore how the connections at the edges of the …

G2O Water in Scientific American

G2O Water CEO Tim Harper, one of the members of the World Economic Forum’s Council on Emerging Technologies, authored an article published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Scientific American looking at the potential of Two-Dimensional Materials including their use in water filtration. Two-Dimensional Materials are one of WEF’s Top Ten Emerging Technologies for 2016. One of the criteria …

Former Thames and American Water CEO Joins Board of Graphene Filtration Company G2O

G2O Water Technologies Limited (G2O), the graphene innovation and application company, announces that former CEO of Thames Water and American Water Jeremy Pelczer has joined the board. G2O’s ground-breaking patented technology applies a graphene coating to existing membranes which dramatically increases the performance of the membrane by both increasing flux and reducing fouling.  This allows membranes to be used in …

£700,000 Grant Awarded by Innovate UK for the development of low cost self-cleaning graphene-coated membranes

G2O Water International Limited (G2O), the graphene innovation and application company, announces that a consortium led by G2O has had a £706,922 (USD 1 million) funding application approved by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, under the “Creating smart products from smart materials” programme, to enhance the performance of existing filter membranes. The Innovate UK-supported project is to develop a …

G2O Signs Exclusive Licence Agreement for Ultra-thin Defect Free Graphene Based Membranes

G2O Water Technologies (“G2O”), the supplier of patented graphene membrane coatings for water treatment and desalination, announces that it has signed an exclusive worldwide technology licence with the South Carolina Research Foundation for the preparation of low cost ultra-thin defect free graphene based membranes.  The patented technology will allow G2O to market a range of membrane coatings that both reduce fouling …