Israel Cleantech Intelligence: Wind farms and 7 More Headlines

Golan wind turbinesNon drip tomatoes, latest Dead Sea trouble, Ormat in the US and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.

Israel’s government is getting serious about ending global oil dependency by 2020. Ormat Technologies has secured funding for geothermal plants and Eilat-Eilot has been chosen to by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor to establish and operate a renewable energy technology center in Israel’s Arava region. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

Agriculture
Non drip tomatoes from Israel

Geothermal
Ormat Technologies Secures US Funds For Geothermal Plants

Renewable Energy Initiatives
Large Golan wind farm to be nat’l infrastructure priority

Israel bids to end global oil dependency by 2020

Eilat-Eilot wins concession for cleantech center

Solar
BrightSource Energy gets OK for 370-megawatt solar plant in Mojave Desert

Water
Israeli Researchers Discover Coral Reefs Deep In The Mediterranean

Irony At The Dead Sea: Too Much Water In Southern Portion

Missed last week’s headlines edition? Catch up on Tel Aviv’s first green office tower, Israel-China, electric cars and more.

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