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Ecoppia Piles Up International Awards, Sets its Sights on India

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Israeli start-up Ecoppia was selected to Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe List and PV Magazines “50 Array-Changing Technologies.”  The company is about to bring its robot solar panel cleaning solution to the promising Indian market.  An interview with Anat Cohen Read More

NaanDanJain Enters Solar Arena With Breakthrough Panel Cleaning System

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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NaanDanJain, the merger of Israeli irrigation company NaanDan from Kibbutz Naan with Indian giant Jain Irrigation, has been providing irrigation solutions for agriculture from 1937 (as NaanDan), before the state of Israel was even established.  Today the company is entering Read More

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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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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

NCF Wins Technology Award, and Envisions the Efficient Future of Alternative Energy

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Years in the alternative energy arena have taught us that most likely the big breakthroughs will arrive not from a brand new technology, but in making an existing phenomenon efficient and cost-effective enough to break through to the market.  This Read More

Israeli Renewable Energy Start-Up Enstorage Signs R&D Deals

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Israeli start-up EnStorage is reported to have signed an R&D agreement with international energy management company Schneider Electric and French energy corporation Areva to develop a renewable energy storage system. The cooperation agreement is for the development of a renewable Read More

SolarOr – Making Energy out of Building Facades

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Did you know that buildings grab 40 percent of all generated electricity? Israeli electro-optical engineer Oren Aharon was surprised to discover this statistic, and set out to do something about it as Israel moves toward implementing “green” goals over the Read More