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CleanTech Map of the world launched – highlights Israeli technologies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Israel NewTech is launching an exciting new tool to showcase Israeli companies’ projects in the cleantech arena throughout the world – the CleanTech Map. This Facebook application allows visitors to view Israeli cleantech projects and installations anywhere in the world.

Singapore welcomes Israeli water technology companies at SIWW2012

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2012 is underway and a delegation of 13 Israeli water technology companies are in attendance. The event is one of the most important water events in South East Asia, with a large international attendance. The Read More

UK Investors focus in on Israeli water technology companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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“The investment community in the UK is discovering the huge potential of Israel’s water technology industry,” says Simon Spier, of the Trade and Economic Office at the Embassy of Israel in London. For a clear indication of this interest, one Read More

Bubbling new technologies for cost effective wastewater purification: Mapal and Diffusaire

By: Mickey Chesla

One of the biggest challenges in the water arena is lowering the cost of wastewater purification, which is a heavy consumer of energy. Israeli start-ups Diffusaire and Mapal have developed technologies which bring dramatic cost-savings to wastewater treatment facilities. Wastewater Read More

Israeli Success Story: Kinrot Ventures, “Not a drop is wasted”

By: Mickey Chesla

  From right: Nir Balzar of Aqua Agro, Assaf Barnea Kinrot, Heiner Markoff and Michael Idelchik of GE Water The Kinrot Ventures incubator is the only Israeli start-up incubator to focus solely on water, and is the largest investment body Read More

“2012 will be a year of challenge and opportunity”: Cleantech forecasts from Oded Distel

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Oded Distel, head of Israel NewTech, provides his forecast for where the Cleantech industry will headed in 2012. Cost-effectiveness, efficiency and transparency will be key.