NASA and 8 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of July 5, 2009

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During the week of July 5, 2009, Sunday Energy and Carmey Avdat Winery announced that they are working together to produce Israel’s first solar powered wine. The Night Garden in Jerusalem showed the beauty of solar power and Seambiotic and NASA are working together to develop an algae biofuel for aviation. For these stories and more, see below for this week’s 8 Israel-related cleantech headlines.

Funding
How Terra Venture Partners Accelerate Clean Technology

Digital World: MK’s lament: Hi-tech needs gov’t help now

Solar
Sunday Energy and Carmey Avdat Winery Helping Produce Israel’s First Solar Powered Wine

Night Garden in Jerusalem Exhibited the Beauty of Solar Power

Biofuel
New Worlds: ‘Trained’ bacteria can lead to better biofuels

Israeli company, NASA to work together on bio-fuel project

Miscellaneous
Israel’s Bright Sparks Invent ‘Electric’ Road

‘Degradable’ plastic bags are no such thing, claim experts

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