IQWind and 7 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of July 12, 2009

shari-arison-miya-waterDuring the past week, IQWind raised $500k from U.S. investors and N-Viro launched a clean soil facility in Israel.

Israel’s water situation was compared to Tanzania’s and Shari Arison (pictured left) made the news about looking to increase her solar-energy holdings.

For these stories and the rest of this week’s 7 headlines, check below.

Electric car
Study Says World Driver To Go “Total Electric” By 2030

Investment
Arison seeks to increase solar-energy holdings
Israeli IQWind raises $500k from U.S. investors
Israeli high-tech companies raised $279m in venture capital in Q2 2009
N-Viro launches clean soil facility in Israel

Water
Water Rich and Water Poor – A Tale About Israel and Tanzania

Opinion
Can Israel lead in clean tech?

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  1. Franz Laslo says:

    Hi Mrs Shari Arison,

    I admire you for your desire to make this planet a better one.

    Yes I do believe we need to use natural resources more.

    It should benefit all mankind.

    We as a family have a small store in Germany near Stuttgart.

    We sell product from Israel & the Orient.

    For south a small store it is very difficult to survive.

    We need help. Would you be willing?

    Shalom

    Vera & Franz Laslo

    Please see our website

    http://www.beitshalom4wn.de/

    http://www.bs-laslo.de/Shop/index.php

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