Israel Cleantech Intelligence: Solar Power Wars and 10 More Headlines

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BrightSource’s latest deals, Tel Aviv’s light rail, EUREKA in Israel and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.

Innowattech and the Israel National Roads Company (INRC) have developed a new technology that can detect overloaded trucks without their having to stop. Natural building techniques are being reintroduced to Bedouins in Israel’s south and Israel’s development of solar energy (and other renewable energy) continues to be hindered by disputes between government officials. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

Transportation
Tel Aviv Light Rail Train Chugs Away, Slowly

New Israeli technology weighs trucks without stopping

In Israel
Israeli EUREKA Chair Hosts EU Reps and Promotes Cleantech R&D

Electric car fleet to hit the road in Israel

1st Israel-US business council launched

Governor’s trade mission pushes renewable energy

Green Architecture
Galvanizing the Bedouins to go green

Solar
Business rises at solar co Enlight

NRG Energy and BrightSource Energy Partner on Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System

Israel’s Solar Power Wars

BrightSource, Alstom Partner on Solar Thermal

Missed last week’s headlines edition? Catch up on solar water heating in the US, GreenRoad’s management change, the OECD and more.

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