Matt Singer of Sunny Clean Water talks about the University at Buffalo startup in a lab at Davis Hall on UB’s North Campus in Amherst, (John Hickey/Buffalo News)

UB startup uses sunshine to clean dirty water for disasters, poor nations

Published October 16, 2017

An article in the Buffalo News reports a UB startup, Sunny Clean Water, has found a quick way to transform how potable water gets to people in developing countries or in areas stricken by natural disasters like earthquakes or hurricanes, and interviews Matt Singer, CEO of the startup and a UB graduate student in electrical engineering.

“We speed up the process,” he said. “That’s what our research is all about now.”

Sunny Clean Water was one of six upstate companies to present their clean technology to investors, industry professionals and others at the Rochester Demo Day. Others included firms from Cornell University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Syracuse University, SUNY Polytechnic Institute and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Read the story here.

Published October 16, 2017