“It is more important than ever to find ways to bring technology to our water utilities and help them to do more with declining resources,” said Trevor Hill, CEO of FATHOM. “Conservation consciousness and water scarcity continues to manifest across the United States and globally. We are honored to be recognized as a Cleantech 100 company for the third year in a row and look forward to continuing our work with water utilities to ensure the reliable and cost-effective delivery of clean water.”
The Global Cleantech 100 represents the companies and ideas that are impacting the future of a wide-range of industries. The Global Cleantech 100 is a comprehensive list of private companies with the highest potential to make significant market impact within a five to 10-year timeframe.