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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

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

    TIGO goes through the roof – a solar success story

    By: Mickey Chesla
    Tigo rooftop installation

    Tigo Energy was founded in 2008, with a vision to improving the output of solar photovoltaic panels, and since then has raised $50 million and has expanded its solutions to include fire prevention. But Tigo is not satisfied acting only Read More

      Biofuel company Virdia steps up activity, announces $100 Million in financing

      By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

      Virdia, formerly HCL CleanTech, a leading developer of cellulosic sugars, today announced major company milestones, including a new brand and CEO, its latest funding round, and a $75 million deal with the Mississippi Development Authority to build manufacturing plants in Read More

        “Israeli Innovation in Greentech” conference in D.C. February 7th

        By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
        conference logo

        A conference on Israeli Greentech will take place February 7th at American University in Washington D.C.  Presentations scheduled from: Better Place, Cleantech Group, BIRD Foundation,  Brightsource and others. For more information see site or flier. var OB_platformType=3; var OB_PlugInVer='';Tweet Read More

          The Right Agreement at the Right Time: British Water signs cooperation agreement for Israeli technology

          By: Mickey Chesla

          A significant accomplishment for the Israeli water industry: The Israeli Industry Center for R&D, headed by Michel Hivert, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with British Water. The agreement is meant to encourage the penetration of Israeli technologies into the British Read More

            Looking towards WATEC, international companies and organizations flock to Israel to learn about government support for Cleantech: Interview with Jack Levy

            By: Mickey Chesla

            Almost two years ago Israeli President Shimon Peres stood on stage at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, and raised hopes that little Israel would play a role in the struggle to halt the global climate crisis.  He declared Read More