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Chinese Pome Technology joins Watershare

Pome Technology became the newest member of Watershare. This consortium of several of the world’s most reputable water research organisations and water companies – including KWR – applies worldwide expertise to local water challenges. Whose ambition is to apply worldwide expertise to local water challenges. During a meeting at KWR in Nieuwegein, Pome Technology’s Chief Technology Officer, Bo Wang, and KWR’s Deputy CEO Jos Boere signed the membership agreement.

KWR’s Deputy CEO, Jos Boere, and Pome Technology’s Chief Technology Officer, Bo Wang, signed the membership agreement. Pome Technology is based in the Chinese province of Jilin. The company provides industrial energy-saving solutions based on the Internet of Things (IoT) and data-driven technologies. With the membership of Pome Technology, Watershare unlocks an ambitious and resourceful region in China. For its part, Pome Technology will profit from the knowledge and competences of the platform’s members in the development of innovative solutions.

Pome Technology’s Chief Technology Officer Bo Wang and KWR’s Deputy CEO Jos Boere sign the Watershare Agreement in the presence of KWR Senior Researcher Peter van Thienen and Watershare Programme Director Theo van den Hoven.