WorldWater & Solar hosts World Water Day on March 22nd

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WorldWater & Solar hosts World Water Day on March 22nd

WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc. has been helping provide clean water for millions of people worldwide for over 30 years. Find out more about the company and its patented solar technology at the World Water Day event on March 22nd.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
WorldWater Announces Headquarters at 330 Carter Road, Princeton, NJ


Event Schedule:

  • 11 am – 12 pm Press Conference and VIP Welcome
  •  12 – 1 pm Business networking and refreshments
  •  1 – 3 pm Open House (free and open to the public) with refreshments

WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc., the solar technology company with unique capabilities to drive multi-hundred horsepower motors and pumps by solar alone, will launch a new solar water purification product in conjunction with the UN’s International World Water Day on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.

The event will take place at the company headquarters at 330 Carter Road in Princeton, NJ starting at 11 am with a press conference followed by an Open House from 1 to 3 pm showcasing WorldWater’s many solar products operating around the globe. Invited VIP guests include the media, New Jersey public officials, celebrities, environmental organizations, local business and farm owners, military personnel and international dignitaries. Refreshments will be provided during the event.

During the press conference, CEO and Founder Quentin T. Kelly will introduce the WorldWater engineering team, led by VP Michael Ingles, who will demonstrate the company’s latest proprietary solar-powered water filtration system, the Mobile MaxClear™. The team will also showcase several of the company’s solar electric and water pumping systems developed for the US Military and in use worldwide.

According to WHO/UNICEF, nearly 700 million people worldwide still lack clean drinking water. Since 1984, WorldWater has provided viable solutions for water crises globally, including patented solar systems that can pump hundreds of thousands of gallons per day from lakes, rivers and deep wells for irrigation and municipal water supply; and standalone, portable water filtration technologies that convert up to 30,000 gallons of polluted water into clean water per day for drinking, cooking and hygiene.


Beatrice Kimmel, HyPR Media / 212.777.6727 ext. 200