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Israel Takes Center Stage at CleanTech Forum San Francisco

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli companies took the spotlight at the CleanTech Forum event in San Francisco, while four Israeli companies were chosen to the CleanTech Group’s prestigious list of “Global Cleantech 100, and four more to the “ones to watch list.” The buzz Read More

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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

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

Strong International Presence Expected at Israel’s First Biofuels Conference

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Dozens of senior representatives of the international biofuel industry are set to converge next week in Israel for the first international biological fuels conference, the Agro-Energy Nexus Summit, which will take place in Herzlyia on October 20-22. The conference, a Read More

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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

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 2012 Global Read More

Agricultural Innovation takes center stage – the latest trends from Agritech 2012

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“Agricultural technology is experiencing phenomenal momentum today, similar to what the water industry experienced a few years back,” says Oded Distel, head of Israel NewTech. We spoke with Distel about new trends in Agritech, in the midst of the Agritech Read More

Breeding the agriculture of the future – Kaiima

By: Mickey Chesla

There is an overall sense of foreboding in the world today that in the next few decades we will experience deficiencies in water, food and energy – mainly due to global warming. This concern has motivated heads of state, as Read More