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Cleantech trends looking forward to 2014 – an interview with Jack Levy

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

2013 just ended, and we sat down with Israel Cleantech Ventures partner Jack Levy to look back on the developments in the cleantech arena in the past year, and where he predicts the industry will go in 2014. “It’s poignant Read More

AcousticEye Closes $7M Funding Round Following CleanVest

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli pipe inspection innovator AcousticEye has announced an investment round of $7M to fund the company’s activities. Participating in the round are Russian-Canadian investment group Technology Investment S.à.r.l, US-based Plan B Ventures, and both previous investors Sequoia Capital and Israel Read More

Emefcy Closes Funding Round Led By True North Venture Partners

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli efficient wastewater treatment start-up Emefcy has announced the closing of its third funding round led by True North Venture Partners, with participation by existing investors: Pond Venture Partners, Plan B Ventures, Israel Cleantech Ventures and Energy Technology Ventures: a Read More

IBM, World Bank, and senior investors converge at Agrivest Summit

By: Mickey Chesla

Oded Distel heads Agrivest panel Here’s a statistic that’s keeping heads of state all over the world up at night: the world’s demand for food is expected to jump by 70% by 2050, as compared to 2000. The world’s population Read More

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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

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

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