GreenRoad and 9 Israel-Related Headlines, Week of June 15, 2010


Natural gas in Israel, desalination plants, a new Palestinian-Israeli wind venture and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment. Image via GreenRoad.

During the week of June 15, 2010, GreenRoad, which offers solutions for improved driving, won an award from Frost & Sullivan for its excellence in green technology. Israel continues to be considered a model for alternative energy and an Israeli professor has developed potato batteries that have the potential to provide cheap power. For these stories and more, see this week’s 9 headlines below.


Still hope for Turkish-Israeli business

Israeli businesses look East to offset weak Western markets

Discovery of Natural Gas in Israel is a World-class Game Changer

Israel a Model for Alternative Energy


Israel to build world’s biggest desalination plants news

Auto Industry

GreenRoad Wins 2010 Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for Technology Innovation and Green Excellence

Better Place launches battery switching system for EVs


New Wind Venture Seen as Bridge of Peace Across the Green Line

In development

Israeli-developed boiled potato batteries may provide cheap power

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