Cleantech in Israel

A few weeks ago, I attended a panel discussion on the cleantech industry in Israel. Fascinating stuff. For example, it turns out that this tiny mass in the Middle East leads the world in solar tech. 

And that is not all. We grow algae in the dessert and send the production abroad. Shai Agassi’s non-fossel powered car is developed in Israel. Irrigaion techniques have moved far forward form computer linked sprinklers.

I was recently commissioned to investigate some greentech opportunities for a UK based investment group. I thought that I had seen eveything, but there was more to come.

I have met a company generating commercial power for communities out of manure and sewage. Another corporation is creating cooling systems out of crystals. And a third group has designed a housing complex where the power used is self-generated amongst the dwelling units.

These companies are earnestly seeking sales streams abroad, and they deserve all the success they can receive.

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