Water Impacts Everything
Water impacts every person and industry in the world — growing crops, producing energy, developing medicine, manufacturing vehicles and smart devices that connect us. Nothing can happen without water resources.
XPV Water Partners invests in companies that directly or indirectly make a positive impact on water resources and the related processes, applications and industries that it enables.
How the Western ‘Megadrought’ Could Cause More ‘Water Wars’
The U.S. West is facing extreme drought conditions that are straining water resources and providing a fertile ground for wildfires.
Sam Saintonge Talks About the Adoption of Smart Technology
Find out how smart technology is being implemented to turn endless amounts of data into actionable information for utilities with Sam Saintonge, Partner at XPV Water Partners.
Isle Utilities Announced as the Consultancy of the Year
The winners of the this year’s Water Industry Awards have now been unveiled, recognising the best and brightest projects and people the industry has to offer.
LuminUltra Named 2021 Company of the Year by Water Canada
LuminUltra has been named “2021 Company of the Year” by Water Canada’s Water’s Next awards program.
John Coburn Discusses Factors for Business Success
With his extensive experience in the water sector, John Coburn, Partner at XPV Water Partners shares his insights on critical factors for business success.
News and Articles
When water resources are limited, the world faces serious challenges. For several regions across North America, water scarcity is a harsh reality. For their utilities,...
Metasphere Brings Remote Monitoring Solutions for Monitoring Critical Water Infrastructure to Australian Market
As the driest inhabited continent, Australia faces some of the most extreme impacts of climate change, including drought, water scarcity, and in some regions, flooding....
How do our food systems impact the environment? To begin answering that question, consider basil. Once a basil plant is grown, picked, and packaged, it travels thousands...