TaKaDu and 8 Israel-related Clean Tech Headlines, Week of April 25, 2010

solar panelsIsrael’s Air Force, Shari Arison, Asia and more made headlines related to Israeli cleantech this past week. Image by Jesse Fox

During the week of April 25, 2010, ten reasons were given for Israel’s leadership in cleantech. Shari Arison was named one of the world’s greenest billionaires by Forbes and, in a somewhat similar move to the IDF, it was revealed that Israel’s Air Force is planning solar installations at all its bases. For these stories and more, check out this week’s 8 Israel-related cleantech headlines below.

1. 10 reasons Israel is a cleantech leader

2. Forbes Names Israel’s Shari Arison As One of the World’s Greenest Billionaires

3. Trade pact with Israel to give foothold in West Asia

4. Israel’s Air Force Plans Solar Installations at All its Bases

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5. Israel’s TaKaDu Goes After the Other Grid: Water

6. Israel to share agricultural know-how with struggling African farmers

7. Israel’s Al Gore-Funded GreenRoad Seeks to Cut Emissions, Bills

8. Israeli researchers develop small, lightweight hydrogen storage tech

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