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Preparing the Next Generation of Israel’s Water Experts

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israel’s advanced water technology industry sits on the shoulders of water experts developing solutions to the world’s growing water challenges.  Two programs, “Youth, Water & Knowledge” (YW&K) and the Israeli activity towards the Stockholm Water Prize, are helping to raise Read More

New York and Boston Events Create Opportunities for Israeli Cleantech Companies in the U.S.

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

A delegation from Israel NewTech together with representatives of Israeli cleantech companies recently returned from two fruitful events in the East Coast U.S.: the Landmark Israeli Dealmakers Summit in New York March 4-5, and an evening event in Boston on Read More

Israeli Water Technology to Aid California Combat Drought Effects

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli water technology companies are active in many areas in the U.S., from Ohio to Illinois, Massachusetts to San Diego. Now President Netanyahu and California Governor Jerry Brown have signed an agreement to, among other things, export Israeli water technology to California to help the state better cope with drought.

Dutch and Israeli students innovate in Wetskills Israel 2013 competition in Technion

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Graduate students taking part in a joint Israeli-Dutch workshop at the Stephen and Nancy Grand Water Research Institute (GWRI), Technion – Israel Institute of Technology at the beginning of the week presented solutions to water issues to Mr. Wienjes (President Read More

Blue I raises $3m, prepares to expand

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli water analysis and control company Blue I Technologies is in the advanced stages of a number of tenders around the world, including in India, China, South and North America, the company informed Israel NewTech. The tenders are estimated to Read More

Israeli delegation brings urban water expertise to India

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“There is a an almost uncanny fit between India’s needs in the urban water arena, and what Israeli companies are able to offer,” so says Abraham Tenne, VP Desalination at Israel’s Water Authority following a visit last week to India. Read More