Israel Cleantech Intelligence: Motorized Bikes and 9 More Headlines


New water conservation faucets, solar-powered residential construction, Red-Dead Canal protests and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment. Image via n0nick.

During the week of July 13, 2010, researchers from Ben-Gurion University received the first US – Israel energy independence grant for their light water reactor research. Motorized bikes are catching on in Israeli cities and a new estimate places the potential electricity demand that wind turbine usage can meet at two-thirds overall. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

Palestinian and Israeli Researchers Get Reverse Osmosis Water Grant

New water saving faucet enters local market

MST becomes 1st Israeli technology firm to connect to grid

Geotectura designs SunSail solar-powered residential building for Israel

‘2/3 of electricity demand can be met with wind turbines’

UN To Mediate A Natural Gas “Standoff” Between Israel and Lebanon Gas Fields Dispute

Environmentalists Say “No, No!” To Red-Dead Canal

Texans tip their Stetsons to Israeli business

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Israel is catching on to motorized bikes as the next best urban solution

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