Innovation Cluster Partners with PUG to Expand Peterborough’s Water Market

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The Innovation Cluster in Peterborough and the Kawarthas and the Peterborough Utilities Group Services Corporation have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to help attract new water and wastewater technologies and startups into the Peterborough community.

The announcement was made by Pat Devlin, vice president of Peterborough Utilities Group Services Corporation, and John Gillis, president and chief executive officer of the Innovation Cluster.

With this partnership, the Peterborough Utilities Group Services Corporation and the Innovation Cluster will bring together a network of private industries, municipalities, and startups in Ontario’s water and wastewater market.

“Through this partnership, we are looking forward to attracting more startups into the Peterborough community,” said John Gillis, president and chief executive officer of the Innovation Cluster. “Peterborough is becoming more recognized for its available cleantech resources, such as research laboratories and mentors that new companies search for.”

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