Taga Hybrid Bike-Stroller and 8 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of August 16, 2009

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During the week of August 16, 2009, researchers from Ben Gurion University began taking steps towards commercializing their cheaper method of reverse-osmosis desalination to clean dirty groundwater. GreenProphet covered Taga’s hybrid bicycle and baby stroller in one and Globes reported on plans to install solar energy systems at Ben Gurion Airport. For these stories and more, check out this week’s 8 Israel-related cleantech headlines below.

Water
Water Desalination Using Novel Method Of Reverse Osmosis Promises High Recovery Levels

Aqua Soft’s Drone Plane Collects Water From Air, Drops It As Rain

Israeli researchers start pilot for new desal technology

Solar/Wind
HelioFocus harnesses the power of wind and sun for electricity

Investments and Partnerships
Venture Capitalists Decrease Risk Appetite

Central Florida seeks business deals with Israel

Inside Israel
Ben Gurion Airport to install solar energy systems

The Taga Hybrid Bike-Stroller Goes from Road to Whole Foods Shopping in 30s Flat

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