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Israel Takes Center Stage at CleanTech Forum San Francisco

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli companies took the spotlight at the CleanTech Forum event in San Francisco, while four Israeli companies were chosen to the CleanTech Group’s prestigious list of “Global Cleantech 100, and four more to the “ones to watch list.” Breezometer accepts Read More

Romanian Water Sector Serious about Israeli Water Technologies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

12 of Romania’s largest water utilities visited Israel, as the cooperation deepens and Israeli water companies conduct successful pilot projects in Romania. Romania is a very promising market for Israeli water technology companies, and Israel NewTech and the Israeli Economic Read More

Las Vegas BusinessH2O Summit a sure bet for Israel water companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israel NewTech and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce organized a very high level summit, which has already generated business results.  Interviews with Oded Distel of Israel NewTech and Ari Briggs of Aquarimat.  “Our participation at the Business H2O Summit brought Read More

A promising market for water technologies in Peru

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Commercial Attaché Leo Makukh is laying the foundation for Israel’s first economic office in Peru, which is set to open in just a few weeks in the Israeli embassy in Lima. Perhaps the most promising sector for potential export to Read More

Cleantech innovation is getting bigger in Israel

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

At the beginning of the decade, the Israeli government set a goal of 10 percent renewable energy by 2020 — a rather modest target compared to other developed nations. But when it comes to cleantech innovation, Israel is a global Read More

“Turned on its Head” – What will the energy market be like in 2017?

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Get ready for a whole new energy market in 2017. This is the message from Oded Distel, Head of Israel NewTech.  As we mark the end of 2016 and look to the future, Distel has some dramatic forecasts for the Read More