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Brenmiller’s Unique Solar-Biomass Power Plant Will Provide Energy All Night Long

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
sunflower

Israel’s Brenmiller Energy has announced it would build a 300 million shekel ($77.27 million) solar-power field using an energy-storage technology that will generate electricity for about 20 hours a day.  The announcement was reported in CSP Today and Globes. The Read More

International CleanTech Forum in Germany Provides Platform for Israeli Companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Gala dinner

Israel was the Partner Country at this year’s Green Ventures Forum – Germany’s leading B2B platform in the cleantech arena.  This international forum takes place in conjunction with the TerraTec and EnerTec exhibitions in Leipzig, and was attended by 190 Read More

Israeli Water Technologies and Spanish Infrastructure Companies – A Promising Combination

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Israeli Delegation at Abengoa

“Some of the world’s largest infrastructure project companies, such as Abengoa, are Spanish.  They are very active in all of Latin America, and this presents a tremendous opportunity for Israeli water technology companies,” says Ami Levin, Israel’s Economic Attaché in Read More

Creating a Hub for Water Engineers – First Water Technology Event Takes Place at Kinneret College

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Oded Distel's presentation

At the Sea of Galilee, Israel’s “Kinneret College in the Jordan Valley” is busy grooming Israeli water engineers.  We first reported on the pioneering program – in which students receive a B.Sc. degree in Water Industries Engineering – back in Read More

TaKaDu Moves Into High Gear – Interview with CEO Amir Peleg

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
TaKaDu presents at IWA Congress

Amanda Little of Bloomberg Business Week interviewed TaKaDu’s Amir Peleg and wrote a profile on the company and the CEO.  Adi Yefet, head of the water arena at Israel NewTech, congratulated Peleg on the recognition: “We at Israel NewTech have Read More

The University of Chicago Looks to Israel and Ben Gurion University for “Game Changing” Water Technologies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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The University of Chicago has embarked on an ambitious path to developing “game changing” technologies to confront water scarcity – potentially the greatest challenge facing humanity today.  To do so, it is cooperating with Israel’s Ben Gurion University. Israel NewTech, Read More