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Innovation Pavillion Showcases New Technologies & Trends

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The international WATEC conference and exhibition kicked off in Tel Aviv today.  Israeli start-ups presented their latest innovations to an international crowd at the Innovation Pavillion. Eytan Levy is one of Israel’s most experienced entrepreneurs in the water arena.  We Read More

Water Industry To Converge in Tel Aviv for WATEC 2015

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

WATEC 2015,  the Israeli water week, will take place in Tel Aviv this month, bringing together the world’s leading experts in the water arena.  Interview with Yossi Yaacoby of Mekorot  the Chairman of the conference and Oded Distel of Israel Read More

Israeli Companies Make Headway in California Water Industry

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Three Israeli water technologies met with potential customers in California, with an emphasis on the food & beverage sector. California’s interest in Israeli water technologies, boosted by the drought in the region, is showing no signs of abating, and Israel’s Read More

Water Industry Leaders from California Converge in Israel for Milken Event  

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Key figures from California’s water industry visited Israel  for a Financial Innovations Lab event, as part of the California-Israel Global Innovation Project  of the Milken Innovation Center at the Jerusalem Institute. California is suffering a severe water shortage, and Israel’s Read More

Ayyeka Makes Water Monitoring Simple and Secure

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“Ayyeka provides a solution for a significant existing need in the water industry, and that’s a reliable, simple and secure way to collect monitoring data,” says Yossi Yaacoby, Director of the WaTech Division at Mekorot, Israel’s national water company. Ariel Read More

Israeli Water Technologies and Spanish Infrastructure Companies – A Promising Combination

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“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