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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

Israel NewTech hosts U.S. JNF Delegation in Cocktail Networking Event

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Forty water industry professionals from the U.S., in Israel for a JNF delegation tour, met forty Israel water technology companies in a cocktail event organized by Israel NewTech, at the Carlton Hotel in Tel Aviv on December 5th. Adi Yefet 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

Fuel-up nation: Israel has robust presence at major oil and gas trade show

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) recently wrapped up, with a very strong Israeli presence.  Following are excerpts from the article by Jacob Kamaras published at JNS.org on the event, interviewing Michal Niddam-Wachsman, head of the Israeli government’s Economic Mission in Read More

Advancing Israel’s International Water Industry Connections in France and OECD Events

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

A series of events focused on bringing Israeli water companies to developing markets in Asia, creating cooperations with the French water industry, and on bringing the OECD to WATEC.  An interview with Yossi Yaacoby. Israel’s well-known accomplishments in the water Read More

Israeli Water Delegation on Mission to Help Brazil Solve Water Crisis

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Brazil is experiencing its worst water shortage ever.  Low levels of rainfall, increased water use, and low infrastructure investments have led to the lowest water levels in the history of Brazil. An Event in Sao Paulo This was the background Read More