Israel Cleantech Intelligence: Ormat and 7 More Headlines

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Ormat’s Waste Heat Recovery solution, hunger in Africa, fighting desertification and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.

As part of Israel’s plan to reduce energy use by 20%, new televisions and computer monitors that aren’t energy efficient may be outlawed. General Atlantic is in talks to acquire a stake in irrigation systems maker Netafim Ltd. and France’s Alstom is looking to invest in Israeli cleantech startups. For these stories and the rest of this week’s headlines, see below.

France’s Alstom Enters Joint Venture to Invest in Israeli Cleantech Technology

General Atlantic in talks to buy Netafim stake

Successful Ormat Waste Heat Recovery Test Could Green Dying Oil Fields

Israeli know-how helping to combat hunger in Africa

In Israel
Oleh to drastically reduce nation’s water usage

Amiad provides filtration system for Mei Gat irrigation system

Israel Has Plans To Outlaw Dinosaur TVs

Fight desertification – feed the world

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