SWAN India Alliance

Goal

To accelerate smart water and wastewater development in India through the SWAN Forum’s collective, industry expertise and collaborative partnerships. 

SWAN India Alliance

View SWAN-Hosted India Digital Water Session

On Oct. 6th 2020, SWAN led a virtual Digital Water Session with Smart Water & Waste World during India Water Innovation Week. View the agenda, presentation deck, and recordings below.

Part 1

Part 2


Why Join The Alliance?

The SWAN India Alliance is free to join as a “Member” to receive Alliance updates. 

To become a “Lead Partner” and collaborate with fellow Indian water actors to advance India’s smart water/wastewater sectors requires becoming a SWAN Member. 

The Alliance will be utility-driven and produce tangible results. To join, please sign up below

Alliance “Members” gain access to:

  • Webinars on various, regional smart water topics
  • The SWAN Interactive Tool – explore your smart water journey based on your challenge areas
  • The SWAN Research Portal – a central location for global utility case studies
  • Discounts to leading industry events and analyst reports

Alliance “Lead Partners” gain access to:

  • The above Alliance Member benefits
  • The opportunity to share your insights and take a lead role in accelerating smart water/wastewater in India
  • Access to all cutting-edge SWAN research
  • 1-4 free passes to the SWAN Annual Conference
  • Access to past Conference materials and more – Click below to learn more.

Lead Partners

Aqualia
Frost & Sullivan
Grundfos
Jacobs
Kamstrup1
Optimatics
S-can

SWAN India Alliance Inquiry

To join the SWAN India Alliance as a Member (open to anyone), become a Lead Partner (only SWAN Members), or to learn more, please complete the form below and we will follow up with more details. 

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