Pollution off Israel’s coast, investments in water tech, a green future and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.
During the week of September 1, 2010, water management tech company TaKaDu was named World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer 2011. The price of lithium batteries has plunged, which is good news for Better Place and the electric vehicle industry. And an Australian tree has helped save Israel’s bee population and ensure a sweet Jewish New Year. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.
TaKaDu Named World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer 2011
Realities of VC Investment in Water Tech
EV Batteries Plummet in Price: Down to $400 a kwH
Meeting the Innovation Challenge in a Green Future
How a tree from Down Under helped Israel’s bees
“Titanic” Ship Leads Mediterranean Sea Floor Research Mission From Israel
Israel’s Polluters Face New OECD Rules
Will Israel’s Undersea Gas Pipeline Idea Increase the Mediterranean’s Already Polluted State?
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