Water Purification and 9 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of May 16, 2010

Tel-Dan-StreamA new alternative plant growth method for biofuel, Israeli streams, drinking water and more. Image by Or Hiltch.

During the week of May 16, 2010, Pythagoras Solar continued to attract media attention for its new transparent photovoltaic glass unit that can be used as windows or skylights while doubling as solar panels. Israel dedicated the third of five large sea-water purification plants that will eventually provide two-thirds of Israel’s drinking water and Israeli scientists have found a way to alter plant growth that can benefit biofuel production in the future. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

In Israel
Dropouts Threaten Viability of Israel’s Ashelim Solar Tender
Israel dedicates huge sea-water purification plant
Report: Israel’s streams getting cleaner, but still much work to be done
Israel’s Frozen Fish Processed in China and Pumped With Water and Chemicals

Window doubles as solar panel
BrightSource Energy raises funds for big solar plants

Dalton McGuinty goes to Israel to boost trade
Israel and China to Collaborate on R&D

Scientists find way to alter plant growth

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