In honor of International Water Day, Obama administration is backing dozens of projects, among them an LA incubator for Israeli firms.
In the US, cleantech has often focused on ways to develop alternative energies, like solar and wind, but it’s Read More
When we drink a glass of water, or use water to wash dishes or take a shower, we’re aware that we’re using water. But actually, for almost every single item we use – when we buy a sweater, a smartphone Read More
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).
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An in-depth analysis (also featured by the JNF) of the reasons for the success of Israel’s unique water industry, by Oded Distel:
It seems that everywhere you look these days, the U.S. has “discovered” Israel’s water industry, which was featured Read More
The first important step in the implementation of the ambitious “Water City” project – signing the agreement with consulting company GEI – has taken place and the project now kicks into high gear. Interview with Israel’s Commercial Attaché in Beijing Read More
“Let There Be Water,” a just published book on Israel’s successful water industry, outlines the blueprint for Israel’s successful water management case study. An interview with author Seth M. Siegel.
When Seth M. Siegel started researching how Israel became a Read More