COMPETITION: 2022 MIT Water Innovation Prize

The MIT Water Innovation Prize is a startup competition focused on water innovation that awards up to $50K in innovation grants annually to student-led teams from across the country and internationally. The Prize started in 2015 and has since awarded…

The MIT Water Innovation Prize is a startup competition focused on water innovation that awards up to $50K in innovation grants annually to student-led teams from across the country and internationally. The Prize started in 2015 and has since awarded $225K across 21 winning teams.

As the main innovation-focused event of MIT Water Club, we help emerging entrepreneurs translate research & ideas into businesses, access mentors & resources, and build networks in the water industry. All approaches to water innovation are welcome, from engineering and product design to policy and data analytics.

Featured Alum – David Dellal, Floe Co-Founder
Floe – 2020 MIT Water Innovation Prize 2nd place winner
David, Co-founder of Floe was recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the Energy Category