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[8 Apr 2014 | No Comment | 449 views]

By Daniel Getman
Israeli companies and entrepreneurs are at the forefront of every subsector within the cleantech industry – from developers building wind and solar plants, to companies innovating in energy storage, transportation, agritech, metering applications and water monitoring solutions. Nevertheless, the industry as a whole had a tough 2013.
From a global perspective, renewable energy and smart technology investment was down 11% in 2013 after falling 10% in 2012. This trend was echoed in Israel, where the IVC showed in its annual High-Tech Exits Report that cleantech exits as a percentage …

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[13 Jul 2011 | No Comment | 2,498 views]

Positive Signs of the Times: Israeli Utility Giants are Evolving and Commercializing to Make the World Greener and Cleaner
Getting Funded and Working with Innovation with the Israeli Utilities: Dos and Don’ts from Leaders of Innovation at WaTech™ and KARAT – CleanIsrael Network Meetup – August 2nd,2011, 9 am. (RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/cleanisrael/events/25000871/)

by Shelli Zargary
In the context of the relatively small Israeli domestic market, utility corporations such as IEC – the Israel Electric Corporation – and Mekorot the Israel National Water Company are giants that benefit from a large bank of …

Cleantech Events, Guest Blogs, Startups »

[16 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 5,202 views]
CleanIsrael Network Event April 10 2011:  “Carbon Trust – Lessons from commercializing cleantech technologies”

 
 
 

UK Industry experts shared insights on trends & strategies that can help innovative Israeli cleantech ventures meet with success in the global market
 
 
In the dynamic and uncertain waters of the rapidly developing cleantech sector, startups will improve their chances of success by navigating carefully and making smart decisions on their commercial focus and business model from the outset. To help its members make the right decisions, CleanIsrael invited experts Jason Eis, heading up Innovation Strategy for the Carbon Trust, UK and Richard Youngman, MD Europe & Asia, the Cleantech Group …

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[20 Apr 2010 | One Comment | 3,981 views]

Yosef Abramowitz, CEO of Arava Power shares the story of how Arava Power surpassed hurdles and red tape to become a leader Israeli solar power developer, the general state of solar PV and solar thermal technologies, Israel’s thriving cleantech sector and its growth as a future cleantech leader.

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[11 Apr 2010 | 3 Comments | 6,090 views]
Cleantech & Israel – The Quest for Smarts

Albert Einstein once said “only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.” He must have been talking about how we use energy. How can it be that we build dangerous coal mines, burn that coal in power plants while emitting NOx, SOx, mercury and other toxins into our air and water, and build vast networks of overhead transmission cables across hundreds of kilometers and into people’s homes, just so we can have the pleasure of turning on a light bulb in our living room?

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[9 Mar 2010 | 2 Comments | 2,194 views]
MiaGreen: Opportunity of Greentech Investments

Last month, Sami Shiro presented at the MiaGreen 2010 conference on “The Opportunity of Greentech Investments”. His presentation gives a good overview of early stage opportunities in the cleantech sector, with a focus on Israel. Sami is a principal at Israel G-Tek,
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[9 Jan 2010 | No Comment | 2,124 views]
Environmental benefits of Electric Vehicle and its Contribution to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Israel

The recent conference on global warming in Copenhagen, and two reports published recently which analyze and discuss the environmental benefits of electric vehicles (“Electric and Hybrid Vehicle” of the Neaman Institute, and “Potential of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Israel” written by McKinsey & Company by commission of the Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection), are an opportunity to discuss the possible contribution of the electric vehicle to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Israel.
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[11 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 2,139 views]
Ex-CTO of GE Water Dr. Ramesh on Israel’s Cleantech Sector

CleanIsrael recently hosted ex-CEO of GE Water Jeff Garwood and ex-CTO of GE Water Dr. Rengarajan Ramesh for a roundtable discussion with CEOs of some of Israel’s leading water startups. After the event and vibrant discussion, we asked Dr. Ramesh to give his thoughts on Israel’s cleantech sector.
Israel offers great potential and opportunity for countries around the world who are facing serious water shortages as well industrial pollution of their precious water resources. Israeli government and their policies have guided
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