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After several interviews with leading Israeli cleantech innovators, it was time to sit down and get the latest from someone setting public policy. Oded Distel runs the government’s initiative, called Israel NewTech, geared to promote Israeli cleantech companies. In his capacity, he is the focal point connecting the dots between government, academia, the business world and international trade relations, spearheading our latest innovations onto the world stage.
The CleanIsrael podcast is intended to showcase Israeli cleantech innovation. Every now and then Yuval Susskind (CEO, Diffusaire) will sit down with a notable player within the Israeli cleantech space to discuss his view on cleantech innovation in the holy land. For thoughts and comments, contact Yuval at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interview with Nissim Asaf
Having spent some time on the US west coast, Nissim returned to Israel to get invovled in the local entrepreneurial sector. A few years back, he founded Lesico Cleantech, an innovative company in the field of wastewater treatment and brine management. …
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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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Astorre Modena is a co-founder and general partner at Terra Venture Partners, a venture capital fund targeting opportunities in Israeli cleantech companies at the seed and early stages.
Previously, Astorre was a Principal at Israel Seed Partners and prior to that he was with McKinsey & Co., based in Paris, where he consulted to leading Italian, French and Israeli manufacturing and financial corporations.
Astorre holds a B.Sc. in Physics and Outstanding Students Program from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Ph.D. in Plasma Physics from Imperial College in London. He was a …