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Netafim Innovation Saves Water in Agriculture

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Netafim annonced successful results of a pilot project of its uManage platform, which helps farmers compile and analyze data, as well as monitor and record irrigation/fertilizer performance and yields. The software enables growers to make decisions based on analysis of Read More

Dutch-Israeli economic activity deepens through new cooperation forum

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, visited Israel earlier this month, together with delegations from the water, oil & gas sectors. The event “Matchmaking @ Netherlands-Israel Cooperation Forum 2013” which took place in Herzlyia on December 8th, brought together Read More

Israeli water delegation paves the way for cooperation in Vietnam and Thailand

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israel brought its leading water experts to South East Asia at the end of August for a series of events, headlined by “Israeli Water Week in Vietnam.” This main event brought together Vietnamese water utilities and companies, Israeli water companies Read More

P2W to provide water purification for gold mines worldwide

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli P2W is reported to have signed a 35 M NIS (about $9 Million) agreement with South African gold mining giant AngloGold Ashanti, to provide water purification systems. AngloGold Ashanti operates 17 gold mines around the world. The agreement, which Read More

Father of Micro-Irrigation Daniel Hillel speaks with the Wall Street Journal

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Today Israel is a powerhouse of water technology, with dozens of start-ups in everything from water IT to water efficiency, as well as large established companies like Netafim and Mekorot. However the root of this success lies in the legendary Read More

Raising the world’s next generation of Water Industries Engineers at Kinneret College

By: Mickey Chesla

  Kinneret College water engineering lab The Sea of Galilee (or “Lake Kinneret” in Hebrew), which, until recently, has been the main source of drinking water for Israel, is indeed drying up, but the “Kinneret College In the Jordan Valley” Read More