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Game changer for 'Greenfield' Parcels

Continued efforts lead to expanded low-cost financing opportunities for water reuse projects

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CEO selected for Vida Water

Texas Water Trade takes major step in launch of a new water service to bring affordable, safe drinking water to underserved populations in Texas

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A New Fund for Aquifer Resilience in Texas

Texas Water Trade unveils first Aquifer Resilience Fund to help protect groundwater in West Texas

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Water Deals for our Ecosystems

Texas Water Trade announces a milestone water purchase to protect Matagorda Bay, a rich coastal ecosystem fed by the Texas Colorado River.

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September 27, 2022

To save water in Texas, these nonprofits are paying farmers to leave it in reservoirs

As Texas continues to battle drought, groups are trying a market-based solution to help farmers and protect what little water is left.

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September 19, 2022

Keeping PACE in Texas opens door for ‘greenfield’ parcels to qualify for low-cost financing for energy and water efficiency efforts

Thanks to the efforts of Texas Water Trade, Keeping PACE in Texas and other volunteer stakeholders, the opportunities for Texas developers to use low-cost financing for energy and water efficiency infrastructure, including water reuse projects, just got bigger.

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September 6, 2022

New CEO selected for Vida Water, a water service provider for underserved populations across Texas

Texas Water Trade is pleased to announce the hiring of the inaugural CEO of Vida Water, a new Public Benefit Corporation that aims to close the clean water gap for underserved populations across Texas.

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July 12, 2022

Texas Water Trade Unveils First Aquifer Resilience Fund in West Texas

Texas Water Trade has unveiled its first Aquifer Resilience Fund to allow landowners to conserve their groundwater without losing ownership of it.

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July 7, 2022

Texas Water Trade announces second cohort of Texas Water Market Makers

Texas Water Trade is pleased to announce a second cohort of Texas Water Market Makers, each of whom has a clear vision for using voluntary water transactions to build a more secure water future for Texas.

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July 5, 2022

In a West Texas town, there’s hope for springs eternal

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May 2, 2022

Nonprofit buys fresh water to keep Galveston Bay healthy

A group of nonprofits has purchased 1.6 billion gallons of water to pump into Galveston Bay ecosystems during times of drought. The nonprofit groups hope the $150,000 purchase will preserve areas sensitive to changes in salinity over the next four years.

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As Texans continue to seek innovative solutions for today’s and future water needs, for all uses, we at Texas Water Trade are honored to assist in identifying, incentivizing, undertaking and charting new paths forward to help pave the way.

- Carlos Rubinstein, former chairman of the Texas Water Development Board