Israel Cleantech Intelligence: Olive Oil and 8 More Headlines

natural gas gets approval

Ben Gurion University’s green passion, natural gas fields, the health benefits of oil and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment. Image by conanil.

During the week of August 1, 2010, BrightSource Energy’s plans for the world’s largest solar plant in the Mojave came one step closer. The future of the Dead Sea continues to draw international interest and according the Ernst and Young, Israel’s government needs to do more to enable Israel to take the lead in cleantech. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

In Israel
Desert University Goes Green With Gusto

Ernst & Young: Israeli Government Must Pick Up CleanTech Glove

Israel Aims to Achieve 10% Power from Renewable Energy Sources

Arab High-Tech Entrepreneurs Changing the Face of Nazareth

Oil and Gas
Noble gets OK to develop gas field off Israel

Plans for world’s biggest solar plant in Mojave clears hurdle

Dead Sea
As It Shrinks, the Dead Sea Nourishes Promises of an Economic Bloom

USDA, Israel sign research agreement

Nature’s ambrosia is good for you

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