Environmental Technology Innovation Clusters
Environmental technology innovation clusters are regional groupings of businesses, government, research institutions, and other organizations focused on innovative technologies for clean air or clean water. These dense networks can help solve the nation's environmental challenges by spurring technology innovation. Read more about clusters.
EPA supports clusters through the Environmental Technology Innovation Clusters Program. If you are interested in getting involved in an environmental technology cluster, we'd like to hear from you.
The Clusters Program disseminates best practices in cluster development, connects clusters to relevant EPA programs, and maintains an inventory of U.S. environmental technology clusters. Read more about the Clusters Program.
The Clusters Program works closely with EPA researchers in Cincinnati to support Confluence, a water technology cluster in the Greater Cincinnati area (including Dayton, northern Kentucky, and southeast Indiana).
Read more about EPA's cluster efforts in Cincinnati.
Click on the map below to locate U.S. environmental technology innovation clusters.