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Israel ‘best place’ on planet for clean-tech entrepreneurs according to Cleantech Group and WWF

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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The Cleantech Group and WWF have published the Global Cleantech Innovation Index for 2014, and Israel is in the number 1 position. According to the report, “Israel topped the 2014 index, with its relative outperformance on the measure of start-up Read More

Global Cleantech 100 Index: Israel “the stand-out country”

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Richard Youngman The prestigious research firm Cleantech Group has just published its fourth annual Global Cleantech 100 list, which lists the upcoming private companies to watch in the global cleantech arena. Israel, which ranked as the #2 country in the Read More

Israel ranked #2 in the world by Cleantech Global Innovation Index

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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The Cleantech Group and the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) have just released their “Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2012”. The report uses a number of factors to achieve an overall cleantech innovation rank for countries. Israel came in #2 in the Read More

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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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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. Tweet Read More

Israeli Companies Shine in CleanTech Group’s “Global Cleantech 100” Report: Takadu Heads “Lust List”, Emefcy Recognized

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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The Cleantech Group (together with the Guardian) has just published its prestigious yearly “Global Cleantech100” Report, listing the most promising companies in the Cleantech sphere, and Israeli companies put in a very impressive showing. The report highlights trailblazers in innovation, Read More

It’s not sewage, it’s fuel

By: Israel NewTech

The world used to see wastewater as a nuisance, but in recent years, this approach is changing and wastewater is considered to be raw material for the production of electricity and fertilizers. This trend is called Wastewater Resource Recovery (WRR).  Read More