Voltea expands team with new COO and continues collaborations

Voltea expands team with new COO and continues collaborations with partners
Voltea has just concluded a very successful business trip to Singapore, Abu Dhabi
and Dubai. The main objectives of this trip were to train the technical and sales
teams of Voltea’s partner Pentair and to approach potential Representatives for
these local markets. The trip fully succeeded in both perspectives as the Pentair
staff is now fully up to speed with the state of the art CapDI technology and the
Voltea team has spoken with a number of very interesting potential
representatives. Voltea is confident that his will contribute to its growth
objectives for the Middle East and south East Asia.
In Abu Dhabi Voltea has visited the International Water Summit. A lot of new and
interesting contacts were made and we have set a good base for new
As of January this year, Bryan Brister has joined Voltea as COO. Bryan will improve
the quality of our systems, shorten the delivery time and optimise the internal
processes. Bryan has proven himself in his previous positions to be strong, driven
and very enthusiastic with great results in growth, innovation and development.
His technical background as an Engineer combined with his leadership experience
as Director at the Polymer Institute and Vice President Operations at Seven Seas
Water give Bryan the combination of skills that will drive Voltea towards
successful commercialisation.
Since 2012 Voltea has been working together with Green Europe to investigate
the market for capacitive deionisation in Luxemburg and Belgium. Green Europe is
an expert company in eco-friendly and chemical water treatment. The first
customer that came out of our collaboration is Goodyear and it is expected that
many more will follow.
François Ghigny of Green Europe
Voltea B.V.
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About Voltea
Voltea has been delivering electrochemical water conditioning equipment to
institutional, commercial and industrial customers for over 6 years. Voltea's CapDI
systems remove ions from water using electricity at a lower economic and
environmental cost than any other available technology. Voltea was recognized as
one of the 21 Technology Pioneers 2013 at the World Economic Forum, listed in
the 2011 Global Cleantech 100 and won the best new technology award at the
2010 Global Water Summit. For more info visit www.voltea.com