Ormat News and 9 Israel-Related Cleantech Headlines, Week of May 10, 2009

ormatDuring the week of May 10, 2009, Ormat, a geothermal company, announced its plans to build a plant in Indonesia and Globes reported that major cleantech investors are planning to visit Israel in the near future.

BrightSource and PG&E agreed to the largest ever solar power deal in the United States and Better Place demonstrated its battery swapping technology. For more on these stories and the rest of this week’s 9 Israel-related headlines, check below. 

Investments and Projects

1. Major cleantech investors to visit Israel

2. Ormat to build 330 MW geothermal plant in Indonesia

3. Mobile lab helps farmers practice precise agriculture

Solar

4. Aora Makes The Desert Bloom With Sunshine Flower Power

5. PG&E expands solar power plans

Vehicles

6. Better Place demonstrates battery swap technology in Japan

7. Pointer Telocation acquires Israeli carshare co stake

Around Israel

8. Arad takes a personal approach to promote itself as ‘recycling city

9. Sixth Annual Eco Cinema Festival in Jerusalem this Week

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