Wind And 9 Israel-Related Cleantech Headlines, Week of May 23, 2010


Israel’s plan to use renewable energy to power highway lighting, Italy’s plan to use Israeli technology for highway signs, the OECD and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech this past week. Image via david55king.

During the week of May 23, 2010, Israel announced that it will be converting the energy sources for its infrastructure, specifically highway lighting, to renewable ones, including wind. Israeli and Taiwanese water experts met in Taiwan to discuss water technology and cooperation and Solaredge was named a Red Herring 100 Europe Award winner for 2010. For these stories and more, see below.

Sahara joins hands with Israeli co for solar plant

SolarEdge Named Red Herring 100 Europe Award Winner for 2010

Taiwanese, Israeli water technology experts meet in Taipei

TaKaDu Adds Brains to the “Dumb” Water Grid

Israel’s Innowattech to Provide Renewable Energy for Highway Signs in Italy

In Israel
Wind-powered lighting for the highway

Netanyahu Says Israel in OECD Will Bring Investment (Update1)

Israel’s Best and Brightest Debate Climate Policy

Dalton McGuinty talks energy and water in Israel

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