Dead Sea and 8 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of August 30, 2009

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During the week of August 30, 2009, news included that the Dead Sea is drying quicker than usual. Israeli and Jordanian scientists have come together to study and protect the Gulf of Aqaba in the south and wastewater treatment company, BPT announced that it raised $12 million. For these stories and more see the headlines below.

Investments
Israel’s BPT Raises $12M For Clean Water Technology

Siemens, Areva, Alstom Said to Bid for Israeli Solar Firm Solel

Projects
Jordanian and Israeli Scientists Collaborate to Study and Protect the Gulf of Aqaba

A solar-powered COMET lights up Palestinian homes

Solar
AlwaysOn Names 2009 GoingGreen 100 and Overall Winner BrightSource Energy

Israel Pioneering Use of “Bottled” Solar Energy Has Many Following Suit

Environment
Dead Sea drying quicker than usual

Wind
Wind turbine project gathers steam

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