Wind Turbines and 10 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of May 2, 2010

Aora-Tulip-Solar-FarmIsrael’s wind plan, SolarEdge’s Italian partnership, drip irrigation and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech this past week.

During the week of May 2, 2010, SolarEdge announced that it’s expanding its operations to Italy in partnership with Albatech. Discussion of the impact Israeli drip technology can have in ending Africa’s hunger cycles continued and Israel is planning to install wind turbines to power street lighting.  For these stories and more, check out this week’s 10 Israel-related cleantech headlines below.

In Israel
Earth Day: Israel plans wind powered lighting for coastal highway

‘Gov’t should fund fish pond reform’

Solar
SolarEdge Launches Its Solar Power Harvesting System in Italy, in Partnership with Albatech

PART III OF INTERVIEW WITH AORA SOLAR’S YUVAL SUSSKIND: “THE TULIP DESIGN & THE FUTURE”

Water Management
Unholy Waters: The Jordan River is Nearly Dead, Maurice Reports

Can drip irrigation break Africa’s hunger cycles?

New System Designed to Monitor Drinking Water Safety

Miscellaneous
C.E.S. Thinks Inside the Box to Save Energy

Israel Bets on E=MC2 as Right Formula to Woo Chinese Business

PIMI AGRO REPORTS SUCCESSFUL TRIAL RESULTS OF CITRUSGUARDTM IN THE TREATMENT OF MANDARINS

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