Solar Energy and 9 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of October 25, 2009


During the week of October 25, 2009, SolarEdge announced it raised $23 million in funding from General Electric (GE) and other investors. The deal was identified by BusinessWeek as one of the signs that Israel can become a leader in renewable energy. Sunday Energy and Ormat are collaborating on a solar energy project in Israel and scientists at the Technion have developed a green battery that can last for thousands of hours. For these stories and the rest of this week’s 9 headlines, check below.


7 Solar Innovators From Israel That Could Fuel Our Planet

Israeli Solar Gets Its Moment in the Sun

SolarEdge Plans Holistic Approach to Solar Energy Efficiency


Eilat-Eilot region seeks to become center for renewable energy

Israelis at the forefront of the green industry


‘Going Green’ would boost economy – environment minister

Partnerships and Deals

Yissum, BrightSource sign research agreements

Sunday Energy and Ormat in $195M deal


Green battery runs non-stop for years

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