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Israeli Invention Teaches Water Conservation to California School Children

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

In 2000 a devastating rainstorm in Israel inspired science teacher Amir Yechieli to install Israel’s first water catchment systems at elementary schools. Today, his business, Rain Harvest, serves over 140 schools in Israel, including 40 in Jerusalem. Now this invention Read More

    Texas Governor Greg Abbot Visits with Israel’s Cleantech Industry

    By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
    Moran Buganim-Gold, Oded Distel, Governor Greg Abbot, Adi Yefet and Gilad Peled

    “Texas is a key target market for Israel’s cleantech industry, because it is a leader in alternative energy, houses the headquarters of numerous energy powerhouses, and runs a large number of alternative energy projects,” said Eliezer Kliatzkin, CEO of Israeli Read More

      Unprecedented Summit Brings Israeli Companies to Chinese Market

      By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

      Chinese investors are actively seeking opportunities in Israel, as evidenced in the first China-Israel Technology, Innovation and Investment Summit which took place this week in Beijing. Interview with Commercial Attache Ophir Gore, and Israeli participants. “This event is by far Read More

        Hagihon in EU Cooperation, Supplies Critical Testing Ground for Israeli Water Startups

        By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
        Hagichon logo

        Hagihon is partnering with leading European Utilities and Research Institutions in a new EU research project to Improve Governance and Social Awareness of Water Environmental Challenges.The new project, titled POWER (an acronym for ‘Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental Read More

          Emefcy begins trading on the Sydney Stock Exchange

          By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
          Eytan Levy at WATEC

          Emefcy, which develops technological solutions for sewage treatment, has merged into Savcor, an Australian stock exchange shell, accompanied by a financing round, and will become a public company with a market cap of 35 million Australian dollars ($25 million). Emefcy Read More

            Israeli Innovation Shines at Paris Climate Change Conference

            By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

            Israel’s delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference included eight breakthrough companies developing global warming mitigation technologies technologies.  Interview with the new Secretary of the Global Solar Council (GSC) & Director General of the Green Energy Association of Israel, Read More