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Unique Initiative will help Israeli water companies to effectively enter California

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Drought-stricken California is in dire need of water-saving solutions, but the California water market has proven a hard nut to crack for Israeli companies.  A new initiative from Israel NewTech and the Milken Innovation Center will try to help Israeli Read More

Israeli Start-Ups in Strong Presence at CleanTech Forum Europe

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli start-ups made up the biggest delegation to the recent CleanTech Forum Europe, which took place in Florence, Italy on April 27-29. Arik Makukh from Israel NewTech, Ministry of Economy, was at the event, leading a delegation of Israeli Cleantech Read More

Czech-Israeli Seminar Opens Czech Water Market to Israeli Companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The Czech-Israeli “romance” in the water arena began at the international WATEC event, when Dr. Pavel Punčochář, who is responsible for the water arena at the Czech Ministry of Agriculture, met Oded Distel, head of Israel NewTech, and saw Israeli Read More

Israeli Water Delegation to U.S. Food & Beverage Industry Gets High Marks

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Four Israeli water technology companies recently returned from a series of very effective meetings with large food & beverage companies in Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Delaware, including Campbell's Soup and Coca Cola.

Israeli energy efficiency delegation finds willing partners in U.S. visit

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Nine Israeli companies in the energy efficiency and smart grid arena recently visited the U.S. The participating companies were: Beemtech, CQM, Ducool, Einverid, Greenlet, Panoramic Power, Powerplug and Pythagorus, and the Israeli Smart Grid Association ISG. The visit, which took Read More

Mining for water efficiency technologies

By: Mickey Chesla

A recent delegation of Israeli water technology companies visited Chile and met with representatives of the mining industry, in order to learn about the specific water challenges of mining companies.